Mitch McConnell continues to show his true colors.
Mitch McConnell praised Biden for supporting the so-called “Infrastructure Bill” that the Senate passed.
Did McConnell ever think that maybe Biden’s support would be a red flag the deal was bad?
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) credited President Biden on Tuesday for his role in getting the Senate to pass the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Why it matters: It’s a rare flash of praise from the Republican leader, who has previously said that 100% of his focus is on “stopping” the Biden administration’s agenda.
McConnell applauded Biden’s role in getting Democrats to support the bill — which was negotiated mostly by a bipartisan group of centrists — and push it across the finish line.
“There’s nothing to back you up like the promise of a presidential signatory, if you’re in the same party as the president,” McConnell told the Wall Street Journal. “And so I think the president deserves a lot of credit for getting the Democrats open to reaching a bipartisan agreement on this bill.”
It is time for new leadership in the GOP.
Republican voters do not support what is in this bill.
They do not support a trojan horse for the radical left agenda.
McConnell blocked a much better deal under Trump:
“We need to do this carefully and correctly, and the issue of how to pay for it needs to be dealt with responsibly,” Mitch McConnell Dec. 2016 pic.twitter.com/tOLrYh95xR
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) August 10, 2021
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