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McConnell: ‘The Senate Can Be Better’

By JM Rieger

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Majority Leader Harry Reid traded floor speeches on Wednesday, accusing the other of partisanship while calling for an end to obstructionism. While the Kentucky Republican criticized the “nuclear option” invoked by the Nevada Democrat in November, he emphasized he was not “point the finger of blame.”

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