Here’s what he said…
According to The Daily Wire, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell broke his silence on rumors that he is considering retirement before his current term is up in light of recent legislation passed in Kentucky that would allow the state legislature to appoint his replacement.
“I don’t think we’re going to have a vacancy. I’m not going anywhere. I just got elected to a six-year term. And I’m still the leader of my party in the Senate, so this is a hypothetical,” McConnell said. “But I had watched this over the years in the Senate as various vacancies were filled and I thought this [new law] was the best way to go.”
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