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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

McConnell slams door on Judas Tillis’ Mueller protection bill

  
  The humorous Sen. Kennedy from Louisiana commented that Tillis'  bill was abut as popular with McConnell as cholera and as popular in the House, as malaria.

"I'm the one who decides what we take to the floor," McConnell said. "That's my responsibility as majority leader, and we will not be having this on the floor of the Senate."

McConnell argued that even if it did pass the Senate, Trump would not sign it, rendering it unnecessary.

"Just as a practical matter, even if we passed it, why would he sign it?" McConnell said. "This is a piece of legislation that's not necessary in my judgment.
No Tillis Bill

1 comment:

Sarkazein said...

Hopefully this will embarrass Tullis in the same way he had in mind for President trump. Tillis is probably sitting down reading the criminal referrals from Congress.