Yesterday, Senator Rand Paul set out to livestream an entire day "on the campaign trail" in Iowa. Let me amend that: someone on his staff suggested to Rand Paul that the kids would enjoy it if he livestreamed a day in his life. We know this because when asked why he was doing it, Rand replied, "I wish I knew. I’ve been saying, I don’t want to do this, I don’t want to do this. And now we’re doing this...I'm just doing what I'm told, riding around Iowa looking at cornfields and answering silly questions." It should be noted before we print what Sen. Paul said next that campaigning is tiresome, and he was speaking live: "I'm supposed to answer the top Googled tweets about me." 

Sources: Washington Post | Business Insider | Wendy Wagner