Senate leader Mitch McConnell won’t hold hearings for President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court.
Senate leader Mitch McConnell won’t hold hearings for President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court. AP
Senate leader Mitch McConnell won’t hold hearings for President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court. AP

Sen. McConnell is a liar — and not a very good one, at that

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