This is so amazing!

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called into a Wyoming TV station this week to discuss his feud with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) and said that he thought Western Republicans aligned with him on foreign policy issues like Afghanistan.

Pressed during the interview with KTWO about what Wyoming residents would think about him calling one of their lawmakers "warmonger Cheney," Paul said that he thought some Wyoming lawmakers were "offended" by Cheney "calling out the president all the time."

"Well, you know I've been to Wyoming. I read recently the editorial by your representative Jared Olsen and Tyler Lindholm and they are kind of offended by Liz Cheney calling out the president all the time and advocating for war," Paul told KTWO.

"I really think that the Western Republicans, the one that I've met in Wyoming and the ones I've met throughout the West, are very, very independent. They're tired of spending $50 billion a year in Afghanistan. They're tired of building roads in Afghanistan. They're tired of $45 million gas stations in Afghanistan and $90 million hotels. I think a lot of people in Wyoming would rather see that money spent at home," Paul continued.

Paul appeared to be referencing an op-ed by Olsen and Lindholm, two Wyoming state representatives, in The Washington Examiner titled "Liz Cheney should stop carping at Trump for rejecting endless war."

Cheney and Paul have been engaged in a days-long feud with each over which one actually stands with and has the support of President Trump, particularly on foreign policy.