Jane Meyer, The New Yorker:
For months, I searched for the larger principles or sense of purpose that animates McConnell. I travelled twice to Kentucky, observed him at a Trump rally in Lexington, and watched him preside over the impeachment trial in Washington. I interviewed dozens of people, some of whom love him and some of whom despise him. I read his autobiography, his speeches, and what others have written about him. Finally, someone who knows him very well told me, “Give up. You can look and look for something more in him, but it isn’t there. I wish I could tell you that there is some secret thing that he really believes in, but he doesn’t.”
(click here to continue reading How Mitch McConnell Became Trump’s Enabler-in-Chief | The New Yorker.)
This is why Trump and McConnell are such allies. Trump also cares about nothing except his own power, and wealth.
Read the rest, and if you have the means, donate to McConnell’s opponent, Amy McGrath