Skip to comments.Mitch McConnell Loved His ‘Tough Wife’ Elaine Chao Standing Up to Protesters
Posted on 06/29/2018 4:27:13 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell showered his wife, Elaine Chao, with praise Thursday night, over her confrontation with protesters who wanted the Kentucky Republican to answer for immigrant children being separated from their parents at the U.S. southern border.
Chao, who serves as transportation secretary, told the demonstrators to leave my husband alone as the couple departed an event at Georgetown University on Wednesday evening.
McConnell explained he told his wife to hop into the waiting car, but Chao leapt into action....
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Why is her last name Chao if she is his wife?
But I guess she is the reason why McConnell didn’t collapse into a pile of blubber. She’s the one with the pants on.
She played it just right. But the funny thing is that they werent protesting McConnell. They were protesting Chao.
Maybe she knows karate, being that she is Chinese
And the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.
Remember when Rupert Murdoch’s wife of that time lept to his defense?
July 19, 2011.
Wendy Deng Murdoch protects husband from protester with large cream pie.
LOL - FReeper HUMOR BUMP!
She is a strong independent woman and she played it right!
Many successful career women who are already known by their maiden name do not take their husband’s last name.
She has more balls than her chinless husband.
Yeah, since Karate is Japanese.
I could not help it.
Everybody was kung fu fighting...
Mitch "Sissy Boy!"
Sad though that conservative WOMEN has more balls than 99% of those in congress.
How the hell did Turtle Mitch get Elaine Chao?
Especially when their husbands are unassertive piles of mush.
Opposites attract, oftentimes.
The leftist protesters are on the correct track. They will move the county in the correct direction. They may already have moved Senator McConnell.
I guess so he’s a snowflake who can’t stand up for himself.
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