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Mitch McConnell’s Kentucky home vandalized with graffiti: ‘Where’s my money’

By Peter Aitken

Fox News

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Louisville home was vandalized overnight, with the graffiti indicating a possible political motivation, according to reports.

McConnell’s Highlands home in Kentucky was discovered Saturday morning marked with angry messages, including “where’s my money,” “Mitch kills poor” and expletives. The graffiti could be seen in photos posted online.

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