Watch: McConnell: No Votes on Trump Nominees Until Ethics Paperwork Complete


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Sunday that he will not allow votes on President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees until those individuals’ ethics paperwork is complete through the Office of Government Ethics. In 2009, McConnell wrote to then-Majority Leader Harry Reid asking that all nominees’ financial disclosure forms be completed before hearings are scheduled. “We want to have all the records in, all of the papers completed before they’re actually confirmed on the Senate floor,” McConnell said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

Watch John Dickerson interviewing McConnell on Face the Nation:



  1. This old bag still thinks that the Democrats have the majority in the Congress and Senate. This king of the Rinos loves losing. And then Trump goes ahead and picks his wife. Go figure.


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