NBC News noted further: Many Republican candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump have questioned the amount of U.S. aid delivered to Ukraine to help it fend off Russian forces, which invaded the country in February. They argue that the U.S. has more pressing domestic problems, that Ukraine’s fate is not tied to U.S. national interests and that European allies should be delivering a larger share of the weapons and other assistance to Kyiv. Needless to say, Biden defended the additional spending for a country where his son was a major part of the corruption there, being appointed to the board of the largest energy company so he could rake in some $50,000 a month in 'consulting' fees.
If you’ve had a constant salary for the past year, Democrats’ failed policies have taken MORE than ONE MONTH of your income away.That means you’ve effectively received a pay cut. This is the Pelosi Pay Cut. pic.twitter.com/v1xHIAuea4 — Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) July 28, 2022
“They said that if they win they’re not likely to fund, to continue to fund Ukraine," he said this week. "These guys don’t get it. It’s a lot bigger than Ukraine. It’s Eastern Europe. It’s NATO. It’s really serious, serious consequential outcomes.”
Says the guy who has literally been wrong on every single major foreign policy issue during his 50-plus years in Washington.
Many House Republicans also point out that the money would be better spent protecting Americans, as in shoring up the chaotic southwestern border Kamala Harris is supposed to be handling.
“My constituents are saying, ‘Why are we more worried about Ukraine’s borders than we are about America’s borders?’ My constituents are not sitting there going, ‘Gosh, we have to save Ukraine’s borders,’” Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Ohio, a member of the conservative Trump-aligned Freedom Caucus, said.
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