Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul ruffled feathers yesterday with pointed remarks during the Foreign Relations Committee's hearing with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. As I noted yesterday, Paul's line remarks took a bit of a personal turn when he admitted he would have fired Clinton for what he considered negligence in her role as head of the State Department.
Paul's respectful but heated remarks caught the ire of fellow Sen. Barbara Boxer.
Last night on MSNBC, Boxer admitted that Paul's comments were so infuriating for her that she walked out of the committee hearing. According to Boxer, Paul's words “say more about him than they say about [Clinton].” Further, Boxer insisted that Republicans were wrong for questioning Clinton who "took full responsibility" for what happened in Benghazi.
WATCH (via Charlie Spiering):
Video of Boxer's full MSNBC interview after the jump. Caution: It includes a lot of Al Sharpton yelling.