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Feb 08 2024
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is blaming Republican senators for the creation and immediate collapse of the pro-migration bill that he secretly drafted with Democrat leaders.
“The reason we’ve been talking about the border is because they [GOP Senators] wanted to,” he told Politico, adding, “The reason we ended up where we are is the members decided, since it was neverBreitbart News
Feb 06 2024
The bipartisan Senate border bill is, in the words of House Speaker Mike Johnson, "dead on arrival." And that's a good thing, given that it largely institutionalizes Joe Biden's open-borders status quo, supposedly with a few more deportations of military-aged single young men coming en masse from more than 100 countries. It's not tough on migrants, just American citizens, who get more of whatAmerican Thinker
Sep 07 2023
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., froze again. This time it was during a news conference Wednesday in Covington, Kentucky. For 30 seconds, he stood silently at the lectern after he was asked whether he intended to run for re-election in 2026. It was the second time in a month that McConnell has been rendered mute and motionless in the middle of answering questions from the mediaMSNBC
Jan 24 2024
Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is quietly pressuring GOP Senators to promise their support for his border bill before it is released to the public for debate.
Multiple media reports say the still-secret bill is largely complete. But its release has been delayed until McConnell can lock in at least 20 of the 49 GOP Senators, perhaps by making minor changes.
Dec 19 2023
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) shares something in common with President Biden — besides their age — according to new polling, and that’s approval numbers falling to new depths. A Monmouth University poll released Monday was not kind to Biden or McConnell but the GOP leader was the only one to see his approval rating hit single digits — the 81-year-old president had a 34 percentBizpac Review
Sep 07 2023
Mitch McConnell is truly a legend of the U.S. Senate. He’s been one of the most effective leaders in memory, he deeply understands and cares about the institution, and he’s had an outsized influence on his party for decades now.
As of the beginning of this Congress, McConnell set the record for the longest-serving party leader in the history of the Senate. (To mark the occasion, he gaveNational Review (News)
Sep 01 2023
Dianne Feinstein, John Fetterman, Joe Biden, and Mitch McConnell all have one thing in common. Lots of people are calling for their retirement due to “mental disability.” Senators Feinstein and Fetterman have obvious mental problems that simply cannot be brushed away. Joe Biden’s mental “fade” isn’t quite so blatant, but when we get to Cocaine Mitch, it seems that the only exercise manyAmerican Thinker
Jan 16 2024
The top two Republicans in Congress had two very different approaches to former President Donald Trump's commanding victory in the Iowa caucuses on Monday night. House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., praised the ex-president and said he was key to the GOP winning back the Senate, White House and retaining the House in November. On the other side of the U.S. Capitol, Senate Minority Leader MitchFox News (Online News)
Jul 28 2023
Right in the middle of a speech, in mid-sentence, Mitch McConnell abruptly stopped talking and became stiff and lifeless. There was speculation that he suffered a stroke or some kind of seizure. Later, McConnell was asked what he believed had happened to him, and he didn’t answer! (He simply said “I’m fine.”) So, what is he trying to hide? Just seconds before McConnell’s sudden freeze, he usedDaily Kos
Sep 06 2023
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was defiant on Wednesday, brushing off calls for him to step down as leader of his conference after he froze in front of reporters last week.
“I’m going to finish my term as leader and I’m going to finish my Senate term,” McConnell said at a packed weekly press conference on Capitol Hill.
McConnell offered no new details about hisHuffPost