In his opening monologue last night, Sean Hannity said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is "completely incompetent" and stalling President Donald Trump's agenda.
He explained that McConnell is now saying that tax reform might have to wait until 2018.
He pointed out that just last month McConnell complained Trump has "excessive expectations" about how quickly Congress can pass legislation.
"The only thing this guy does is come up with excuse after excuse after excuse as to why he can't keep the simple promises that he and others made to you, the American people," Hannity said.
He said that McConnell complained for years about ObamaCare, and when he finally had a chance to repeal and replace the health care law, he blew it.
Hannity said the possibility that tax reform will not be addressed until 2018 is "beyond unacceptable," and it goes to show why McConnell has a "pathetic 18 percent approval rating in his home state of Kentucky.
"McConnell is not leading, he's not getting the job done," he said. "So Senator, if you don't want to roll up your sleeves, if you don't want to get to work on passing the agenda you promised, the president promised, then maybe it's time to call it a career."
"Get out of the way. Let someone else who actually cares about keeping their promises to the American people, let them step up, let them start passing legislation."
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