McConnell’s aide said that he “will consult with his physical therapists on a return date to the Senate.”
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell left inpatient physical therapy on Saturday after suffering a concussion, though it’s still not clear exactly when the GOP leader will return to the Senate.
Because a two-week recess is approaching after next week’s Senate session, the Kentucky Republican will work from home for the next few days, a McConnell aide said. The aide said that McConnell “will consult with his physical therapists on a return date to the Senate.” The Senate will be back in session after that recess the week of April 17.
“I want to sincerely thank everyone for all the kind wishes. I’m happy to say I finished inpatient physical therapy earlier today and I’m glad to be home,” McConnell said in a statement on Saturday. “I’m going to follow the advice of my physical therapists and spend the next few days working for Kentuckians and the Republican Conference from home.”
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