Laura Ingraham hosted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
McConnell said Senator Paul was aksing a legal question, not classified information in inquiring whether a US citizen can be targeted without probable cause. He said it has been a good week for the GOP as President Obama's poll numbers have dipped of late. He is not offended by not being invited to dinner and said it was a noteworthy event because Obama never meets with Congress. McConnell said the Democrats have been embarassed into presenting a budget for the first time in several years. He thinks it's too early to be optimistic about a budget deal.
McConnell said the scare tactics over the sequestration haven't worked. He is skeptical that President Obama will make substantive cuts in the deficit.
McConnell responded to racist attacks on his wife who is a Chinese-American who served in the George W. Bush cabinet. He said his father-in-law escaped from China's repression and said it was the third time such slurs have taken place.
McConnell said he's not going to comment on Senator McCain's negative comments on Senator Paul's filibuster.