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UPDATE: Ron Paul suffers apparent stroke on livestream interview, is reportedly 'doing fine' in hospital

Paul is known for having voted against the Patriot Act, many tax increases, and for voting against two wars in Iraq.

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Update: Ron Paul has sent a message to all of his supporters and well-wishers online. "I'm doing fine. Thank you for your concern."

His son, Kentucky Seantor Rand Paul tweeted "Thank God, Dad is doing well. Thank you for all your prayers today."


Retired politician Ron Paul appeared to have suffered a stroke while doing a livestream interview Friday afternoon.

The incident occurred on Paul's show when his speech started to slur. He has since been hospitalized for "precautionary" reasons, according to Fox News.

The former Republican congressman and former presidential hopeful has made a name for himself by promoting his libertarian ideas, gaining widespread praise from small government conservatives.

Paul, who is also a doctor and former Air Force flight surgeon, also ran for president under the Libertarian Party banner.

Paul is known for having voted against the Patriot Act, many tax increases, and for voting against two wars in Iraq.

The Post Millennial has decided to not include the graphic video. The video is searchable and can be found online.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated.

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