President Joe Biden was reportedly using an alias in relation to his connections with Hunter Biden and his foreign business deals. Plus, Mitch McConnell had another episode in front of the media as he froze while taking questions. That and much more on The Vince Coakley Radio Program. Listen Here:

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Good Morning BT talking about the latest indictment of former President Donald Trump, the heckling of Republican Senator Mitch McConnell as he delivered remarks in his home state of Kentucky over the weekend, and how perceptions of the current US economy are hurting President Joe Biden's support among minority groups.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) froze in a silent state during a press conference. It’s the latest in a string of recent concerning health incidents for the 91-year old. Plus, a Congressman lasts 8 hours without water in show of worker solidarity. North Carolina’s Democrat Party leader pleads for Biden and Harris to campaign […]

Hunter Biden’s plea deal fell apart yesterday after the appointed judge had concerns about the plea deal. Mitch McConnell has a health scare while talking to the press yesterday. What does the future hold for McConnell? Also, Therapeutic Thursday. That and much more on The Vince Coakley Radio Program. Listen Here:

With many conservatives tired of the current GOP leadership, the GOP need to inject some new blood into the party. Politico has more.   Survivors of the Robb Elementary school shooting are suing the Uvalde Police Department, the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District and others, for $27 billion. CNN has more on the story:   […]


"After careful consideration, I've made the decision to oppose the House Democrats slanted and unbalanced proposal for another commission to study the events of Jan. 6,” McConnell said from the Senate floor. The speech comes hours after meeting with Senate Republicans early Wednesday morning. The Minority Leader has tried to rally other GOP members behind his efforts to block any commission from becoming law.


A clear reversal from his previous comments when the Kentucky Republican said the GOP needed to move past Trump. “The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people," McConnell said on the Senate Floor two weeks after a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol. A pointed rebuke of Trump that has faded away and replaced by the Leader's supportive words less than a month after denouncing the former president. 


The U.S. Senate Majority Leader's first comments after the House of Representatives led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) impeached Trump for a second time in less than a year. The majority of 232 congress members including ten Republicans, who broke party lines to bring charges against Trump for inciting the Jan. 6 riots


McConnell has told associates "he believes President Trump committed impeachable offenses and that he is pleased that Democrats are moving to impeach him, believing that it will make it easier to purge him from the party," according to a report from the New York Times published Tuesday.