WASHINGTON (AP) — Less than 48 hours after a gunman stormed an elementary school and killed 19 children and two teachers in his home state of Texas, Senator John Cornyn walked straight from the U.S. Senate floor into the office of Republican leader Mitch McConnell.
The Texas Republican had just returned to Washington from the scene of the horrific school shooting in Uvalde when he was called in by McConnell to lead the GOP in tense negotiations over a possible legislative response to the tragedy. Eager, if suspicious, he took the job.
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