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FOX19 NOW's Tricia Macke sat down with U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell for Another Side of (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Dan Wood) FOX19 NOW's Tricia Macke sat down with U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell for Another Side of (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Dan Wood)
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United States Senator Mitch McConnell from Kentucky is the longest serving U.S. Senator in Kentucky history. He is the 15th Senate Republican Leader and the second Kentuckian to lead his party in the Senate.

He has been the Majority Leader of the Senate since Jan. 3. 

McConnell became U.S. Senator after defeating two-term Democratic Walter Dee Huddleston in 1984. Since then, McConnell has won races against Harvey Sloane (1990), Steve Beshear (1996), Lois Combs Weinberg (2002), Bruce Lunsford (2008) and Alison Lundergan Grimes (2014).

FOX19 NOW's Tricia Macke sat down with Senator Mitch McConnell when she was in Washington D.C. for Another Side of.

Watch his one-on-one interview with Tricia Macke above.

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