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Mitch McConnell Frozen Once More
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After leaving a path of flooding and destruction throughout the Southeast, Tropical Storm Idalia is now tearing through the Carolinas on its route to the Atlantic Ocean. Idalia, a hurricane, made landfall in a remote section of Florida on Wednesday. It destroyed homes flooded streets and left Mitch McConnell frozen . As it sped into Georgia and then South Carolina, it weakened to a tropical storm but kept its 60 mph winds.
At a Wednesday event in Kentucky, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell frozen and appeared to momentarily lose his composure and was unable to respond to a reporter’s question. He experienced a similar episode weeks previously in Washington.
Mitch McConnell Frozen Once More as Idalia Creates History
Such an incident has now interfered with a Mitch McConnell frozen news conference twice in less than two months. Before his next appearance, the Senate minority leader will see a doctor, according to an aide who requested anonymity to speak openly.
His administration has not replied to several questions this summer concerning the senator’s freeze at the microphone and has not divulged what medical advice or diagnosis Mitch McConnell frozen has previously received.