McConnell urges 'swift action' on Russian aggression
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell believes there should be swift and severe consequences against Russia by the U.S. and their allies for what he calls a clear invasion of Ukraine. WUKY’s Karyn Czar reports.
Tuesday afternoon Senator McConnell spoke at the Commerce Lexington luncheon and his top talking point, the movement of more Russian troops across the Ukrainian border which he calls a “clear invasion” and believes maximum sanctions need to be imposed.
McConnell also said there are legitimate concerns that Russia and China could form a coalition.
McConnell also touched on inflation which he says was “exacerbated by the two-trillion dollars that was dumped into the economy last year.” He echoed the White House in saying we should expect to pay higher prices for most goods, especially at the pumps.