Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced his retirement from leadership in January 2025, marking the end of a historic tenure as the longest-serving Senate party leader in U.S. history. McConnell, who celebrated his 82nd birthday recently, cited the time for a new generation of leadership and acknowledged his controversial positions within the party, particularly regarding foreign aid and migration policies. Despite his health challenges and diminished favor among Republicans, McConnell emphasized his commitment to serving Kentucky from a new role until the end of his term.

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