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Neil Cavuto: Congressman, I wish you had more time, but when you’re on with me here, I always hear from a lot of your people. Not me, specifically, that gets served, but they say, “Ron Paul deserves more publicity, Ron Paul deserves to be on more”. Do they know how often you’re on this show?
Ron Paul: I don’t know, but I bet you have the records, so I appreciate that.
Neil Cavuto: Well, I do. I’ll tell you something, Congressman, because maybe you can pass this along. You’ve been on – I was checking this, sir – 28 times since November 2008, 50 times since January 26th 2005. That doesn’t include all the special appearances. In fact, you’ve been on with me so often – I love having you on, you’re a great guest, don’t get that wrong – you could practically be my co-anchor. So I’m wondering…
Ron Paul: Well, that’s very flattering, thank you.
Neil Cavuto: I think it is, too. But seriously, can you get back to them and let them know? I know I’m kind of like the Rodney Dangerfield on these primetime shows, but let them know you have an open invite, you’ve been on a lot of times, we love having you on.
Ron Paul: Somebody accuses me of complaining a lot, actually you haven’t heard me doing the complaining, but I can’t control all the supporters who think in different ways. And you’ve been very generous with my son as well, and you know I appreciate that, too.
Neil Cavuto: Well, I’m just pulling your leg, but I wanted to let your people know, we love having you on, we always have, long before you got to be a rock star, by the way. Alright, congressman, it’s always, always a pleasure. Thank you, sir, very, very much.
Ron Paul: Thank you, Neil.
Neil Cavuto: Alright, I hope my bosses don’t pick up on that co-anchor thing, because he really would be good at that.