Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told us he believes Democrats and Republicans will strike a coronavirus relief agreement “in the near future". Also calling the House's current proposal a "$3T liberal wish list". @CNBC @senatemajldr
US: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the economy needs 'another boost' to cope with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, as his Democratic counterparts and White House officials try to hash out a next wave of relief
“The economy needs a boost,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says. “What we’re arguing about, as you can imagine, is how much.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s staying in town, but anyone choosing to head home would have 24 hours’ notice before floor votes
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he believes Democrats and Republicans will strike a coronavirus relief agreement "in the near future." Democrats and the Trump administration are trying to resolve disputes over unemployment insurance and more.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell knew getting another coronavirus relief package wouldn't be easy
President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell intended to stay out of the coronavirus aid talks. As the negotiations drag on, that approach is being tested
Ta-Nehisi Coates criticizes Mitch McConnell over his comments on reparations: "For a century after the Civil War black people were subjected to a relentless campaign of terror, a campaign that extended well into the lifetime of Majority leader McConnell"
Not one sentence of Democratic health care legislation will become law next year if McConnell is still Majority Leader of the Senate even if there’s a Democratic President.
Just a reminder that if Dems take the Senate, Mitch McConnell is no longer Majority Leader, Chuck Grassley is no longer chair of Judiciary and Susan Collins is in the minority. Find a Senate race and start working.
WATCH: A group of House Democratic freshman walked out of the Capitol toward the offices of Mitch McConnell to demand that the Senate majority leader hold a vote on House-passed bills to reopen the government.