BREAKING: Mitch McConnell May Be GONE For Good…

 Will Mitch McConnell retire? Kentucky senator's exit strategy sparks controversy: 'Daniel Cameron to take over'

Sen­ate Minor­i­ty Leader Mitch McConnell is report­ed­ly plan­ning to step down before the end of his term. Serv­ing since 1985, the Ken­tucky sen­a­tor — who was elect­ed to his sev­enth term in 2020 — is report­ed­ly work­ing with Ken­tuck­y’s state leg­is­la­ture on an exit strat­e­gy. The plan involves pass­ing a bill through the state leg­is­la­ture that would strip pow­er from the hands of the Gov­er­nor to appoint McConnel­l’s suc­ces­sor and instead make it the duty of the Repub­li­can Par­ty in the state.

 

The sud­den shift is part of McConnel­l’s plan to secure his lega­cy, which is report­ed­ly on shaky ground fol­low­ing a pub­lic split with for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump after the Jan­u­ary 6 insur­rec­tion. McConnell vot­ed to acquit Trump at the impeach­ment hear­ing but said Trump was “prac­ti­cal­ly and moral­ly respon­si­ble” for the attack on the Capi­tol. That led to calls for cen­sure by Ken­tucky Repub­li­cans, but McConnell is yet to face such action.

 

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