Hannity Blames McConnell For Dem Win In Alabama Senate Race

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Diciembre 16, 2017

NC county refuses to pay ransom to hackers Avalanche of Democratic senators say Franken should resign MORE (D-Mass.) on Tuesday called for Sen. -elect Doug Jones (D-Ala.) to be seated in the Senate "without any delay" following his special election victory in Alabama.

On Tuesday Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) signaled the victor of the Alabama Senate special election wouldn't be sworn in before the Senate wraps up its work for the year.

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"I think Mitch McConnell has a lot of culpability in all of this". Because Mr. Brooks assumed common-sense stands on immigration (i.e., no amnesty) and was less than keen on keeping the softer-on-immigration Mr. McConnell as Senate majority leader. "And I thought he would be great candidate". "The person that came out strongest against Mo Brooks, Matt, was Mitch McConnell". "Mitch McConnell literally put himself in the middle of the race time and again, it didn't work out well for him". Luther Strange (R-AL), the Republican chosen to temporarily fill the Senate seat by embattled then-Gov. Robert Bentley. The McConnell-aligned Senate Leadership Fund targeted Brooks, who has spoken unfavorably about McConnell, with a barrage of ads during that jungle primary, helping to tank his campaign.

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