Should Republicans turn against Mitch McConnell? | The Tylt
After retaining control of the Senate in the 2018 midterms, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is poised to continue his nearly 12-year-long reign as Senate leader. He is respected as a strong leader in the party, but his tactics frequently put him at odds with both his colleagues and the party. In this time of divisiveness, even some loyal Republicans are pushing back against his political intransigence, threatening to hold up some of his pet policies. Should Republicans finally break ranks?
Should Republicans turn against Mitch McConnell?
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