McConnell and Trump haven’t spoken in weeks

President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) have not spoken in weeks, The New York Times reported Tuesday, a sign of the deteriorating relationship between the two men.

McConnell has also said privately that he is unsure if Trump can recover from a long series of controversies and crises that have rocked his administration over the summer, according to the Times.

Trump and McConnell have feuded openly in recent weeks after the Kentucky Republican said during a speech in his home state that the president may have “excessive expectations” about pushing his agenda through Congress.

Those remarks came after Senate Republicans failed to pass legislation repealing and replacing ObamaCare.

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