People who viewed this on FOX tell me it was obvious that the interviewer deliberately interrupted Congressman Paul mid-sentence so it would seem like he was endorsing Jill Stein over Gary Johnson.
This is part of a pattern of media spin to attack Gary Johnson: he didn't recognize "Aleppo" as a reference to the Syrian refugee crisis and civil war (which obviously most people refer to as "Syria," since millions then had to google "Aleppo" after the story was spun); he couldn't recall Vincente Fox's name (though he knew the only foreign leader he admired was the President of Mexico who has spoken around the world condemning the drug war) when asked about foreign leaders he admired - and this was spun as not knowing the names of ANY foreign leaders. Likewise when William Weld said Hillary had paper-qualifications or Trump had not violated any tax laws, the press quoted these sound bites out of context as if they were endorsements.
Ron Paul: Jill Stein is more libertarian than Gary Johnson: Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein is preferable to Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson on at least some issues, former Texas Congressman Ron Paul said Monday. I said if the independents, who don't know what to do and who should they pick, I say if you tend to lean towards progressivism and liberalism and you're interested in expressing yourself, you can vote for the Green Party, he said on MSNBC. I think she's probably best on foreign policy at the moment. But on Gary Johnson, he does not come across with a crisp libertarian message. Related Story: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/article/2584781 Paul, who was the libertarian nominee for president in 1988, stressed that he hasn't endorsed anyone yet. I have not told any supporters who are interested for whom they should vote, he said.