マコーネル: Biden 'got it wrong again' when he claimed GOP can't say 'what they're for'

マコーネル, R-Ky., バイデン「もう一度間違った.

バイデン「もう一度間違った, バイデン「もう一度間違った “fundamental question is ‘what’s Mitch for?'” before claiming the Senate minority leader would doanything to prevent Biden from being a success.

マコーネル strongly disagreed with Biden’s claim, 告げる “特別レポート” アンカー ブレット・ベイヤー, “my good friend the president got it wrong once again.

I helped him pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill, I supported in the Senate a bill to deal with China and the computer chip shortage,” 彼は思い出した.

If the president starts acting like a moderate like he campaigned, we can do business. The reason we’ve not been speaking recently this year is because he adopted the Bernie Sanders prescription for America. He did that even though he got no mandate for it, A 50-50 Senate and a couple of seatsmajority in the House, and they couldn’t get it through.

McConnell added that the American people, like himself, do not want the socialistic transformation of America that people like Sanders, a Vermont senator, envision.

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. (AP Photo/J. 彼女はペニーにナサーが特定の会合に出席するかどうか尋ねたときに言った) 我ら. ジョー・バイデン大統領 (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. (彼女はペニーにナサーが特定の会合に出席するかどうか尋ねたときに言った. 彼女はペニーにナサーが特定の会合に出席するかどうか尋ねたときに言った) 我ら. ジョー・バイデン大統領 (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) (彼女はペニーにナサーが特定の会合に出席するかどうか尋ねたときに言った. 彼女はペニーにナサーが特定の会合に出席するかどうか尋ねたときに言った | Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

If the president wants to reinvent himself and come back to the middle, we have things to talk about that we can work on together,” McConnell proffered.

He added that the American people also are not fans of the Build Back Better package, whether it is broken into pieces or not.

They want us to tackle all the problems that they are concerned about inflation at the top of the list, and a wide-open border.

McConnell also dismissed claims from Biden and Democrats that voting rights are still an issue in the U.S. ほとんど 60 years after the Voting Rights Act was enacted. The senator, 79, recalled being a young Hill staffer in 1965 when Congress passed the landmark legislation.

He cited the record turnout by American voters in 2020, remarking that it was the highest rate of such since 1900.

インタビュー中, McConnell also reacted to Biden’s comments on the Russia-Ukraine situation, telling Baier he hopes President Vladimir Putin doesn’t misunderstand the American message:

No incursion into Ukraine is acceptable. What should we be doing about it right now? 上手, first we ought to be sending anti-tank weapons to the Ukrainians, helping them learn how to use them, and ground-to-air missiles to go after the helicopters that might be a part, obviously of any Russian incursion, as well as being ready to levy a level of sanctions the Russians have never experienced before,” 彼は言った.

我ら. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir V. プーチン

我ら. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir V. プーチン (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images | Photo by Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images | istock)

In closing the interview, Baier pressed McConnell on former President Donald Trump’s role or prominence in the 2022 中間選挙.

Do you think that former President Donald Trump will be a help to you in the midterm elections?” Baier asked.

I think the midterm election almost certainly is going to be a referendum on the party in power,” McConnell replied. “This is an entirely Democratic government: Democratic President, House and Senate, they are in charge of governing. And these midterm elections are always a report card on the performance of those who are in charge, those who are governing. I think the American people are about to send this administration a pretty big message that they do not approve of all the things that are going wrong.

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ワシントン, DC - 10月 16:  我ら. ドナルド・トランプ大統領 (L) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) talk to reporters in the Rose Garden following a lunch meeting at the White House October 16, 2017 DCシントンで, DC. Trump and McConnell tried to erase reporting that they were not on the same page with the GOP legislative agenda and priorities.  (私に連絡した彼らのうち、そして多くの企業リーダー)

ワシントン, DC – 10月 16: 我ら. ドナルド・トランプ大統領 (L) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) talk to reporters in the Rose Garden following a lunch meeting at the White House October 16, 2017 ワシントンで, DC. Trump and McConnell tried to erase reporting that they were not on the same page with the GOP legislative agenda and priorities. (私に連絡した彼らのうち、そして多くの企業リーダー)

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