Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulOvernight Energy: Trump outlines 'America First' energy plan in North Dakota Overnight Regulation: GOP slams new Obama education rules Paul blocks chemical safety bill in Senate MORE (R-Ky.) says he doesn't blame Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonScarborough: Sanders debate a ‘great warmup’ for Trump Navy sailor pleads guilty to espionage charges for classified photos Rubio signals support for Trump MORE for her husband's past infidelities, but argued that they undermine her commitment to women's rights.
"I don't blame Hillary Clinton at all for this. I don't think she's responsible for his behavior," the White House hopeful said at Fox News's GOP debate in Iowa on Thursday night.
"But I do think her position as promoting women's rights and fairness to women in the workplace, that if Bill ClintonBill ClintonThe Trail 2016: Interleague play Could Romanian hacker ‘Guccifer’ assist FBI’s probe of Clinton? Trump: Vince Foster shouldn’t be a campaign issue MORE did, any CEO in our country did with an intern ... in their office, they would be fired. They would never be hired again," Paul said, referencing the then-president's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Paul also knocked the contributions the Clinton Foundation has accepted from nations with poor women's rights records
"I combine this also with the millions upon millions of dollars they've taken from regimes in the Middle East who treat women like cattle," he said.
This wasn’t the first time Paul has commented on the former president’s past infidelities. On Sunday, he accused Bill Clinton of “predatory" sexual behavior.
GOP front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpRubio: "maybe" would run for Senate seat if "good friend" wasn't Scarborough: Sanders debate a ‘great warmup’ for Trump Cruz holds back support for Trump with eye on abortion MORE has repeatedly blasted former President Clinton’s past infidelities, calling him “one of the great woman abusers of all time.”
The real estate mogul has defended his remarks, saying Bill Clinton was fair game after Hillary Clinton accused the GOP front-runner of having a "penchant for sexism."