Paul defends his health: ‘There are laws against age discrimination’

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) laughed off questions that he might not be in adequate health to serve as Commander in Chief because of his age.

“There are laws against age discrimination,” Paul, who is 76, said during the Republican presidential debate after moderator Wolf Blitzer of CNN asked about his age and health.

Saying that his health records are “about one page” long, Paul said that he would be willing to make his records public.

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