McConnell on GOP Nominee: I’d Like a Candidate for President Who Can Win

‘I don’t think it should be a particularly surprising observation that I’d like a candidate for president who can win’

MCCONNELL: "I don't think it should be a particularly surprising observation that I'd like a candidate for president who can win. Does that shock any of you?"
REPORTER: "Do you think that -- [indecipherable]"
MCCONNELL: "I'm not going to get into who fits the description but I will say the nominee's going to be somebody who can get 1,237 delegate votes and I hope's a person who can actually appeal to a broad of the American public and win the election."

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