Ron Paul is ready to run again as President of the U.S. from Republic Party

Ron Paul, a Texas Congressman, will try his luck to run for U.S. president for the second time in the Republic Party. In 2008, he had advanced to compete to become U.S. president; however, despite having to pay up to $ 35 million, Ron Paul failed. To that end, Ron Paul forms a presidential exploratory committee immediately to smooth out its plan.

Ron Paul announced the decision a day after the Governor of Mississippi, Haley Barbour said he would not nominate himself. Ron Paul is the most critical Republican of U.S. government policy to engage the war in Afghanistan.

Ron Paul (75 years) is also known as the father of the Tea Party’s favorite characters as well as Senator of Kentucky, Paul Rand. He actually had ever run for president of the U.S. in 1988. At that time he was a member of the Libertarian Party. To be a Republican presidential candidate, Ron Paul should be ready to compete with Gary Johnson, a Republican who twice served as governor of New Mexico. In addition, Ron Paul is also trying to get support from the Tea Party, but he must compete with other conservative candidates.

Ron Paul promised to inform the final decision about his candidacy for the presidency immediately before the month of June. Currently, he is still concentrating in order to qualify for the campaign’s first debate, scheduled to be held on 5 May in South Carolina. Ron Paul has submitted a proposal to the Federal Election Commission, although there has been no response.

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