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The letter comes after a dozen Republicans helped move short-term debt loans to China tonight, after a few weeks-long standoff in which McConnell and his party said Democrats should raise their debt on their own through a budget plan known as reconciliation.
But on Wednesday McConnell stepped back, pleading to let Democrats pass the short-term extension expected to end early December.
Schumer broke the GOP’s policy of lending money, accusing them of playing a dangerous and dangerous game “and saying the Democrats were able to” pull our country off the cliffs that Republicans tried to push us over. “
McConnell was seen referring to Manchin, who could be seen briefly with his hands over his face during Schumer’s speech.
“Last night, in a strange incident, Sénata Schumer exploded with violence that was so friendly, angry, and destructive that even the Senators of the Democratic Party were embarrassed by him and him.
McConnell warned that Schumer’s “moral code” had “alienated” GOP senators who helped drive short-term debt borrowing and “put poison in the well too much.” They are likely to be the other GOP senators Schumer may want to rely on to raise debt without reconciliation later this year.
“I am writing to make it clear that according to senator Schumer’s hysterics and my deep concern about the way in which a large, careless, pension fund is hurting Americans by helping China, I will not be a party to any future attempt to reduce the consequences of misrule,” he added.