Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., was so into the word like in the last month outside of an event at Georgetown University with his wife, transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, took to Twitter to face on Monday poke fun at protesters, who told him over the weekend: “you don’t have to wait until” his wife, transportation Secretary Elaine Chao — “was round.”
McConnell’s “Team Mitch” Twitter account retweeted have showed an article from The hill that a group of protesters shout at the Kentucky legislature, as he is in the Bristol Bar & Grill in Louisville on Saturday.
The demonstrators are heard shouting “abolish ICE” and “no justice, no peace.” McConnell was able to see in the video is walking to his car, unfazed.
“I see what you did here. You waited until Elaine was around,” the tweet, accompanied you to read the article. The tweet was signed “-MM.”
I see what you did here. You waited until Elaine was around. MM #dontleavehomewithouther https://t.co/tfjLu0IRok
— Team Mitch (@Team_Mitch) July 9, 2018
He also included the hashtag “#dontleavehomewithouther.”
McConnell seemed to point to an incident last month outside an event at Georgetown University, where protesters confronted McConnell and Chao.
“How do you sleep at night?” a protester shouted.
“Leave my man alone!,” Chao replied.
McConnell has been in the word a number of times since like, even on Sunday night, as he reported abruptly to the left an Italian restaurant in Kentucky, after protesters Public Enemy “Fight the Power” and chanted, and played “no justice, no peace”, the Courier-Journal.
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