Just two days away from voting in New Hampshire, Ron Paul admitted that he'd be content with less than a win in the GOP primary contest.
Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Paul said that earning a presence at the Republican National Convention in August is his "fallback" option. He explained that he'd use the opportunity to speak at the convention to spread his views.
"I run to win, and I've won a lot, but we also want to help direct the party and the country in a certain way," he said.
On the question of running as a third-party candidate, Paul gave his typically evasive answer. Not a no and not a yes, Paul said that he has “no plans to do it” but that he won’t rule it out.
“I’m not an absolutist,” he said, adding that, “I have no plans to do it right now…besides, I don’t wanna do it.”