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Mitch McConnell Apologizes For His Comments About The Obama Administration

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Mitch McConnell Apologizes For His Comments About The Obama Administration

Mitch McConnell Apologizes For His Comments About The Obama Administration

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he made a mistake with his comments about the Obama administration.

Previously, McConnell said the Obama administration didn’t leave President Donald Trump a plan for pandemics.

According to Business Insider, once he made those comments Obama administration officials pushed back.

Former Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said they left the White House a “literal playbook.


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