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June 27, 2016 1:13 am

McConnell Refuses to Say if Trump Qualified to Be President

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Mitch McConnell. Photo: US Senate.

Mitch McConnell. Photo: US Senate.

Politico – Sen. Mitch McConnell hedged on whether he considers Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, as qualified for the job, saying he would “leave that to the American people to decide.”

“You know, he won the Republican [nomination] fair and square. He got more votes than anybody else against a whole lot of well-qualified candidates. And so our primary voters have made their decision as to who they want to be the nominee,” the Senate majority leader said on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday morning. “The American people will be able to make that decision in the fall.”

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