As Radel hits the bottom, Connie Mack seems anxious
U.S. Trey Radel announced just after 10:30 p.m. Wednesday that he would take a leave of absence to get help for his alcohol and drug problem.
Twenty minutes later, Connie Mack, who held the seat before Tradel, issued a statement: “I certainly hope Trey gets the help he needs. Time and his own actions will determine whether the people are willing to give him a second chance.”
Someone seems ready to go.