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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Friday he agrees with President Trump’s decision to postpone a Washington, D.C. invitation to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
McConnell also announced settling federal funding for a southern border wall will likely wait until after the November midterm elections.
The article goes on to state the following:
McConnell, in a wide-ranging interview on o40 WHAS radio in Louisville, also talked about President Trump, calling him “very verbal” and always eager to talk to lawmakers either in person or on the phone. He also praised the Putin postponement.
“It was a good idea to put it off until next year,” McConnell said.
Wall funding may also be postponed beyond the Sept. 30 fiscal year deadline. McConnell told the radio show a decision on how much to fund would “probably” wait until after the election, which means Congress will postpone consideration of the fiscal 2019 Homeland Security appropriations bill that includes wall funding.
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