Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Tuesday he will make up his mind on a 2016 White House presidential run in "the March/April time frame."
When host Megyn Kelly asked how a Kentucky law preventing candidates from being on the ballot for two offices at the same time could affect his decision on a presidential run, Paul suggested a loophole -- turning Kentucky's primary into a caucus since most don't require a printed ballot.
"I think there are many different ways it could be done," Paul said. "Probably the simplest way is that the primaries in Kentucky are controlled by the party and we could simply move up our primary, make it a caucus. We would be more relevant, and then the law wouldn't apply. So that's probably the easiest way to fix things should I decide to run."
Watch Paul's comments above.