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Mitch McConnell answered Monday to comedian Jon Stewart’s ongoing public campaign to earn Congress to reauthorize the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, announcing the aged Day by day Sign host is getting “all zigzag out of practice” for no motive.

“It sounds to me love he’s shopping for a plot to procure offense. There is rarely any design we gained’t address this scenario precisely. We get prior to now we can in the end,” McConnell said on Fox & Associates.

The Senate majority leader was as soon as responding to feedback Stewart made the day before on the present time on Fox Knowledge Sunday. Stewart, whose appearance in Congress on behalf of ill first responders closing week went viral, was as soon as asked a pair of certain avenue block the 9/11 sufferer’s funding would possibly possibly possibly possibly possibly face as soon as it passes the House.

“By design of getting the 9/11 bills handed, Mitch McConnell has been the white whale of this since 2010,” he said, citing two conditions by which McConnell has weak reauthorization of the fund as a bargaining chip. “This has never been dealt with compassionately by Senator McConnell. He has consistently held out till the very closing minute and handiest then, below intense lobbying and public shaming has he even deigned to straggle on it.”

McConnell answered to that allegation on Fox & Associates, dismissing the premise that approving funding for the scenario on the closing minute plot he’s hostile to it. “Many issues in Congress happen on the closing minute,” he said. He also defended the melancholy displaying by House Judiciary Committee participants in the course of Stewart’s testimony closing week, something the comedian called “a humiliation to the country.”

In fact, McConnell said, condescension dripping from his lips, “Participants get a total lot of issues going on on the same time.”

McConnell: Jon Stewart Is ‘Crooked Out of Shape’ For Nothing