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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’ll consider a second try at passing immigration reform in the Senate this year if the House approves a bill.

The Kentucky Republican has gained enthusiasm for considering a bill after panning another vote weeks ago. The Senate rejected four immigration reform bills earlier this year.

The article goes on to state the following:

“If the House were to pass a bill that the president said he would sign, I would consider it,” he said in an interview with “Behind Closed Doors,” a Washington Examiner podcast. “The reason I’m not willing to go far beyond consideration is the experience we had back in February of spending a week on it and we couldn’t come up with anything that would get 60 votes.”

McConnell has long argued that the Senate should take up an immigration reform bill President Trump supports.

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