Evening Edition: Sen. McConnell Announces He Is Stepping Down From Senate GOP Leadership

Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell, history’s longest serving leader of the Senate, has announced he will be leaving that position come this November. Senator McConnell, who just turned eighty four, maybe best remembered for blocking President Obama’s pick for filling a Supreme court vacancy back in 2016 and shifting lower-courts to a more conservative ideology. And now the question is, who will take his position later this year?

FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Jared Halpern, FOX News Audio Washington correspondent and host of the ‘From Washington’ podcast, about Senator McConnell’s long legacy and who may replace him.

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