FRANKLIN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Sen. Rand Paul and Donald Trump certainly had some throw downs in the primary debates.
Now, Paul has said he endorses Trump, but was still confused about last night's comments.
During the debate, Trump would not say if he would accept the results of the election, causing a lot of controversy.
"I don't know exactly what that means actually. I think the election should be fair, and I think only people who are valid voters should vote, but I think for the most part that is what's happening now," said Sen. Rand Paul.
Paul also said there was a time when there was election corruption, but now there is a good system of checks on balances on that.
The Bowling Green republican also said it seems like there is a double standard in the media when it comes to Trump.
"The media is heaping it on him sort of on this locker room talk and the stuff he was involved with, because they seem to turn a blind eye toward Bill Clinton who was actually doing things that were lewd and vulgar in the White House, in the oval office," added Paul.
Paul spent time in Franklin Thursday at Brickyard Cafe talking to community leaders about fiscal responsibility and education.
Paul went on to say Clinton would be terrible for Kentucky, and that's why he's endorsed Trump.