Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron, 34, had mentor Mitch McConnell at his last ...

Kentucky's black Attorney General Daniel Cameron who was hailed a 'star' by Donald for his handling of the Breonna Taylor investigation had his mentor Mitch McConnell as a guest at his just last month.

Cameron, who is the state's first black attorney general after being elected last year, announced on Wednesday that a grand jury had not sought criminal charges against the three police officers for their roles in the black EMT's death. 

The grand jury's decision to indict one officer on wanton endangerment charges because his bullets were fired into a neighbor's apartment came after a six-month investigation carried out by Cameron's office. 

The investigation was still underway when the 34-year-old attorney general tied the knot with his wife Makenze Evans in Louisville on August 7. 

His spokeswoman said that the couple married in a small, outdoor ceremony amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

His mentor, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, was among the guests. 

Kentucky's black Attorney General Daniel Cameron who was hailed a 'star' by Donald Trump for his handling of the Breonna Taylor investigation had his mentor Mitch McConnell as a guest at his wedding to Makenze Evans in Louisville last month

Kentucky's black Attorney General Daniel Cameron who was hailed a 'star' by Donald for his handling of the Breonna Taylor investigation had his mentor Mitch McConnell as a guest at his to Makenze Evans in Louisville last month

In his successful bid to become Kentucky's first black AG, Cameron - who was born and raised in the state - received an endorsement from President Trump. They are pictured at a Trump rally in Kentucky in November last year

In his successful bid to become Kentucky's first black AG, Cameron - who was born and raised in the state - received an endorsement from President . They are pictured at a rally in Kentucky in November last year

Cameron's office would not disclose any further details about the .  

It came after Cameron had faced criticism on social media when it emerged a month earlier that he had held a small engagement party as he was facing mounting pressure in Taylor investigation. 

Cameron is considered a rising star in the Republican party and is widely known to be McConnell's protege after serving as his general counsel from 2015 to 2017. 

He attended the University of Louisville with a scholarship named in honor of McConnell where he gained a science and law degree. 

In his successful bid to become Kentucky's first black AG, Cameron - who was born and raised in the state - received an endorsement from President

Cameron was also a guest speaker at the GOP convention last month, where he declared himself a 'proud Republican and supporter of President Donald J. '. 

The president placed the attorney general on the short list for a seat on the Supreme Court.  

Commenting during his convention speech on nationwide protests for racial equality and against the police shootings of black people, Cameron said: 'Even as anarchists mindlessly tear up American cities while attacking police and innocent bystanders, we Republicans do recognize those who work in good faith towards peace, justice, and equality.'

He added that 'Republicans will never turn a blind eye to unjust acts but neither will we accept an all-out assault on Western civilization.' 

Cameron (pictured last year in the Oval Office) is considered a rising star in the Republican party. Trump on Wednesday praised Cameron's 'fantastic' handling of the Breonna Taylor case and called him 'really brilliant' and a 'star'

Cameron (pictured last year in the Oval Office) is considered a rising star in the Republican party.  on Wednesday praised Cameron's 'fantastic' handling of the Breonna Taylor case and called him 'really brilliant' and a 'star'

Cameron was also a guest speaker at the GOP convention last month, where he declared himself a 'proud Republican and supporter of President Donald J. Trump'

Cameron was also a guest speaker at the GOP convention last month, where he declared himself a 'proud Republican and supporter of President Donald J. '

on Wednesday praised Cameron's 'fantastic' handling of the case and called him 'really brilliant' and a 'star'.

Cameron choked up Wednesday as he explained why the officers involved in Taylor's shooting

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