Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said he's fine with people bringing up the Monica Lewinsky scandal while assessing a potential presidential run by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), seen as a 2016 presidential contender, has brought up the scandal involving former President Bill Clinton several times in recent weeks. In a January appearance on NBC's "Meet The Press," he called Clinton's behavior "predatory," doubling down on the claim and calling Clinton a "serial philanderer" in an interview with CBS days later.
Priebus told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Monday "everything's on the table" for 2016, saying Hillary Clinton "provides a lot of opportunity for us."
"I don't see how someone just gets a free pass on anything. I mean, especially in today's politics," Priebus said. "I think we're going to have a truckload of opposition research on Hillary Clinton, and some things may be old and some things might be new. But I think everything is at stake when you're talking about the leader of the free world and who we're going to give the keys to run the United States of America."
Watch a clip of Priebus above.