Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) office indicated Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not invited to Congress if he visits Washington, D.C., this fall.
“There is no invitation from Congress,” McConnell spokesman David Popp said in an email to The Hill.
Foreign leaders traveling to Washington to visit the White House are generally extended an invitation to Capitol Hill. French President Emmanuel Macron, for example, delivered an address before Congress during his trip to D.C. in April.
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