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McConnell indicates he’ll vote for Trump: Voters ‘have spoken’ on GOP nominee


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The Washington Examiner

Asher Notheis
April 28, 2024

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) indicated that he will support former President Donald Trump in the upcoming election, arguing that it is who voters desire to be the Republican Party’s nominee.

McConnell’s statement comes as Trump is the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee for the 2024 presidential election, with the minority leader falling back on his previous statement in 2021 that he would support the nominee. The Kentucky senator has greatly criticized Trump in the past, claiming in February 2021 that Trump was “practically and morally responsible” for the Capitol protest on January 6. 

“Well the answer is the Republican voters of this country have spoken,” McConnell told Meet the Press. “They get to pick nominees for president. So, how I’m spending my time is on something I can have an impact on, which is making sure my successor is the majority leader and not the minority leader.



Its called Practical Politics.

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