McConnell says he hasn't discussed Ukraine call with Trump

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellFor city parks: Pass the Great American Outdoors Act now US ill-prepared for coronavirus-fueled mental health crisis Schumer to GOP: Cancel 'conspiracy hearings' on origins of Russia probe MORE (R-Ky.) said he hasn't discussed the Ukraine phone call at the center of the House impeachment inquiry with President TrumpDonald John TrumpDonald Trump and Joe Biden create different narratives for the election The hollowing out of the CDC Poll: Biden widens lead over Trump to 10 points MORE.

"We have not had any conversations on this subject," McConnell said Tuesday during a weekly press conference.

McConnell's comments appear to contradict Trump, who earlier this month said that the GOP leader had told him the phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was "innocent" and "perfect."

When asked if the president was lying, McConnell demurred and directed reporters to speak with the president. 
"You'd have to ask him. I don't recall any conversations with the president about that phone call," McConnell said. 
Trump told reporters earlier this month that he had spoken with McConnell about the Ukraine phone call. 
"He put out a statement that said that was the most innocent phone call he's read. And I spoke to him about it, too," Trump said at the time.
"He read my phone call with the President of Ukraine. Mitch McConnell, he said, 'That was the most innocent phone call that I've read.' I mean, give me a break," Trump continued. "Anybody that reads it says the same thing. And the only people that don’t understand it is when they look at the false, fabricated, fraudulent statement made by Shifty Schiff."