SOURCE: New Yorker
by Jane Mayer
Finally, someone who knows him very well told me, “Give up. You can look and look for something more in him, but it isn’t there. I wish I could tell you that there is some secret thing that he really believes in, but he doesn’t.”
SOURCE: NBC News
Sen. Mitch McConnell's great-great-grandfathers owned 14 slaves, bringing reparations issue close to home
No news articles were found in which McConnell has previously spoken of his ancestors being slave owners.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
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Liberals don’t have to like McConnell, but they should recognize his skill.
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The list includes liberals, conservatives and moderates.
SOURCE: Political Wire
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