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In the wake of Mitt Romney's three state victories this week – and looking ahead to Super Tuesday – this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Ron Paul for a candid interview.
Currently without a win in any of the primaries or caucuses, the Republican from Texas maintains he continues to win delegates, especially those from the younger demographic:
"In almost every state, I think, essentially every state, I always win between the 18 and 30 year olds. I always win that," reminds Paul. "If they're thinking about the future, or the Fall election, I mean young people are very, very important."
With an impressive presence on social media, and views that seem to appeal to the youth vote, Paul tells Piers Morgan he's the only candidate who can truly battle the president:
"I'm the one person that can take young people away from Obama. But nobody in leadership's ever come and said 'Ron, what is it that the young people like about what you're doing?'" reveals Paul. "I think they're afraid of the answer, because it might be, well maybe a little less war, and maybe a little less spending."
Tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" at 9 p.m. ET/PT as the Republican race's oldest candidate shares his views on Iran, and contraception.