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Rand Paul Does An Impression Of Donald Trump

It sounds more like Biff from Back to the Future to be honest.

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It was a different time, late July 2015, and Rand Paul said he would not set himself on fire to compete with Donald Trump for attention.

"I'm drawing the line at self-immolation, none of us are going to set ourselves on fire," Paul said on Boston Herald Radio at the time.

Then, a Politico story noted his campaign was in free fall. Amid lagging poll numbers, the man once dubbed the most interesting man in politics took on a new strategy: Attack The Donald.

Paul, who has called Trump a "fake conservative " and pointed out Trump's past support for liberal positions, dropped this bombshell on Wednesday morning in New Hampshire: an impression of Donald Trump saying he used donations to buy influence with politicians.

Take a listen:

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Andrew Kaczynski is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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Megan Apper is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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