McConnell rips Biden’s voting rights speech as ‘profoundly unpresidential’

McConnell rips Biden’s voting rights speech as ‘profoundly unpresidential’

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ripped into President Biden’s Georgia speech on the Democratic push for voting rights legislation, calling it “profoundly unpresidential.”

In a scathing address on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican accused Biden of calling millions of Americans “domestic enemies” while comparing “a bipartisan majority of senators to literal traitors.”

“How profoundly, profoundly unpresidential,” McConnell said. “Look, I’ve known, liked, and personally respected Joe Biden for many years. I did not recognize the man at that podium yesterday.”

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McConnell said Biden’s speech was a “rant,” “incoherent,” “incorrect,” “beneath his office” and “unbecoming of a president of the United States.” He pointed to Biden’s inaugural address last January in which the newly sworn-in president said “every disagreement doesn’t have to be

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