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"Senator McConnell's campaign is working with the FBI and has notified the local U.S. attorney in Louisville, per FBI request, about these recordings," Mr. Benton told WFPL.
Kentucky Republican's campaign manager, Jesse Benton, told Louisville radio station WFPL that some type of recording device was planted in Mr. McConnell's office.