Sen. Rand Paul offered a possible preview of the 2016 presidential campaign Tuesday.
The Kentucky Republican argued that the GOP could win over young voters and independents by opposing the National Security Agency's surveillance powers, and took a swipe at possible Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
"I think in 2016 if you had a more libertarian-leaning Republican, and you had someone like Hillary Clinton, I think you could actually completely transform where people think they are and what party people think they have allegiance for," Paul said at the State of the Net conference in Washington.
"Has she said anything about privacy? She's been a big proponent of the surveillance state and the NSA."