Mitch McConnell Reveals He ‘Apologized’ To Zelenskyy For Not Sending Aid Fast Enough

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Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell revealed he “apologized” to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for not sending aid fast enough to the country during an upcoming “Face the Nation” show.

In a clip of the interview, set to be released Sunday, McConnell discusses the approval of the supplemental aid, which provides additional funding to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. Host Margaret Brennan began by questioning the Minority leader on his recent phone call with Zelenskyy, asking whether he believes the country will need “more specific weapons” immediately.

“Well, one of the things I apologized for is [that] it’s taken too long,” McConnell stated. “If you go back to the beginning of this administration. Even though I support it obviously, the supplemental requests worked hard to get Republican votes for it. This all started with the precipitous withdrawal from Afghanistan. It’s like sending out a green light …

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