Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Wednesday made it clear that he is not pining to play golf with President Obama.
Obama last Saturday played a round of golf with Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), but don't look for the Senate minority leader to tee it up with the commander-in-chief any time soon.
During a Christian Science Monitor breakfast, McConnell was asked, "How is your golf game?"
"I don't have a golf game," McConnell said laughing. "Therefore, I was not offended not to be included."
Asked on Wednesday what he and the president discussed during their
round, Boehner responded, "Golf."
That's it? Nothing on Libya or the debt-limit negotiations? Maybe a little chat about the ailing economy?
"That was it, golf," Boehner said.