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Politics McConnell says all is well despite bad bruises on his hands and lips

03:40  23 october  2020
03:40  23 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Mitch McConnell asserted Thursday that he is healthy after speculation swirled over what is wrong with the Senate majority leader's hands . These questions emerged after the Kentucky Republican was shown with severe discoloration and band-aids on his hands and his lips appeared bruised .

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Mitch McConnell asserted Thursday that he is healthy after speculation swirled over what is wrong with the Senate majority leader's hands.

McConnell showed up to work at the Capitol Thursday with both hands appearing severely discolored in a deep purple, with band-aids covering some of the knuckle areas.

The Kentucky Republican's lips and the areas surrounding his mouth were also discolored, which some were quick to point out looked like bruising.

'But I'm serious, is there anything going on we should know about?' a reporter asked McConnell Thursday regarding his health in an off-camera interaction.

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'Of course not,' he said after dodging the same question the first time around.

The 78-year-old senator is facing questions over his health as both presidential candidates also are fielded with health-related queries – especially after President Donald Trump was diagnosed with coronavirus earlier this month.

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People on social media are theorizing that McConnell has contracted COVID-19 after a serious outbreak at the White House occurred earlier this month. Others claim he is taking blood thinners or has some other health issue.

The 'super spreader' event that caused the outbreak among Trump's inner circle likely happened during the president's large Rose Garden event announcing Barrett as his nominee at the end of September.

The focus on McConnell's health also comes as the Senate majority leader plans to hold a floor vote Monday on confirming Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

In his exchange with the reporter at the Capitol, McConnell mentioned again the timing of the final confirmation vote for Barrett, claiming it would take place 'probably Monday evening, early.'

McConnell will bring the Barrett nomination, which was moved out of the Judiciary Committee earlier Thursday when Chairman Lindsey Graham went forward with the proceedings, to the floor of the Senate on Friday.

Not a single Democrat of the 10 on the panel showed up for the committee vote, instead protesting the confirmation by boycotting and holding a press conference outside the Capitol immediately following the vote.

There is little Democrats can do to stop Barrett's confirmation from making it through the Senate next week, as Republicans could lose one more member and still have Vice President Mike Pence to break the tie.

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McConnell says Barrett nomination helped some vulnerable GOP incumbents, gives even odds on holding the Senate .
In an interview, he acknowledged that liberal donors have expanded the map to give Democrats more paths to the majority. McConnell remained bullish that the nomination process helped Republican incumbents in some of the more traditionally conservative states, but he acknowledged that liberal donors to an online portal have expanded the map to give Democrats more paths toward winning the majority.

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