Rand Paul Calls Donald Trump “Narcissist” and “Orange-Faced Windbag” on ‘Nightly Show’

By Kyle Dowling (kyle.dowling@mstarsnews.com) | Jan 26, 2016 11:43 AM EST
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Oh, hey, what a shocker; another story about GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. Well, here goes nothing. It appears certain to say that fellow Republican candidate Rand Paul is NOT a fan of the current presidential right wing lead, seeing as he called him both a "narcissist" and an "orange-faced windbag" on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.

And we don't mean he kind of, sort of implied that Trump is such; he actually came out and said those things.

Appearing on The Nightly Show as the series' "optics expert," Paul took to the Comedy Central series—in jeans?!—and, after making what appeared to be a joke, proceeded to explain what Trump means to the Republican Party.

Or, well, to him.

"As an eye surgeon, what's your take on Donald Trump?" Wilmore asked. To which Paul then responded comparing Trump to a speck of dirt that gets in your eye.

"Have you ever had a speck of dirty fly into your eye? ... Annoying. Irritating. Might even make you cry," Paul said. He further explained that should that speck stay in your eye it'll continue onward in scratching, specifically to the point at which it "blinds you" and then makes fun of you on CNN.

Oh, we see what he did there.

When pushed as to whether he's comparing Trump to that annoying speck of dirt, Paul clarified his comment, calling Trump a "delusional narcissist and an orange-faced windbag" who is not nearly as qualified to be President of the United States as, you guessed it, a speck of dirt.

Now, while Trump has yet to respond, we're certain we'll be seeing a tweet sometime very soon.

 Trump Hate Bingo™: the game that's sweeping the nation!

A photo posted by The Nightly Show (@thenightlyshow) on Jan 25, 2016 at 4:55pm PST

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