“I’m Perfectly Comfortable With My . . . What Was It? . . . Moral Red Line?” Mitch McConnell*

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Both the words and idea of a moral red line appear never to have imprinted in the mind of Mitch McConnell. Last month Axios’s Jonathan Swan, a gifted journalist and questioner, attempted to pin down the Senate Minority Leader on whether he has a moral red line and, if so, where that line is drawn. Jonathan Swan Interviews Mitch

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