Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has no medical problems of concern — in spite of wearing wounds and gauzes on his hands this week.
The 78-year-old Kentucky congressperson evaded inquiries regarding his wellbeing from correspondents in the Capitol Thursday, Media announced.
Asked whether he had any medical problems, McConnell replied, “obviously not,” and afterward didn’t react when inquired as to whether he was being treated by a specialist.
Afterward, McConnell — who is on the ballot — said there were “no worries” when gotten some information about the wounds on all fours he had some other medical problems.
His associate additionally declined to give subtleties when gotten some information about the Republican’s wellbeing.
McConnell has been occupied with working the entire week, including requiring a “show” vote on expanded private company Paycheck Protection Program credits on Tuesday and fighting with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Thursday following the vote to progress Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court assignment.
A year ago, McConnell, who is hitched to US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, endured a broke shoulder in a fall at his Kentucky home. He went through triple detour heart medical procedure in 2003.