Senator Rand Paul sat down with Tom Shillue as news broke of a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas.
Paul, who used to live miles from the small Texas town, said these incidents would be less common if potential shooters knew schools were more secure.
By arming teacher and hiring security guards, Sen. Paul believes shooters would be less likely to target schools. And to make it clear to a mass murderer that a school isn't a soft target, Paul suggested hanging signs that say, "enter at your own peril".
The Kentucky Senator also weighed in o prison reform and his opposition to Gina Haspel leading the C.I.A.
On Haspel, Paul said he was troubled that the agency used "enhanced interrogation" under her supervision. He was also wanted to know if the C.I.A was spying on the Trump campaign during the campaign.