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CHICAGO, IL – United States Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) today released the following statement regarding Senator Kirk:

“I brought all the love and best wishes of the Senate to Mark and his family, including cards with good wishes from his colleagues. I also brought him some work to get done, some proposals to look at and some of the political magazines that have all the news in Washington. I spent the morning with his family, and I’m so encouraged with his prognosis and progress. He’s getting more irritated at being in the hospital, which means he’s definitely getting better. I look forward to coming to visit my friend again soon.”

The Kirk family released the following statement in appreciation of Sen. Manchin’s support:

“We want to express our deep appreciation and gratitude to Senator Joe Manchin for all he has done and continues to do to be a source of comfort and strength for our family. We know how much his friendship means to Mark. Joe is truly a class act.

We continue to grow more encouraged and impressed by Mark’s progress each day. He is talking, making jokes and asking about work. We thank the people of Illinois for their unwavering support.”

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