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House Republicans tell Joe Biden donation train is over He called to review money sent to Ukraine

 




House Republicans tell Joe Biden that the gravy train is over

call to review money sent to Ukraine


Newly authorized Republicans in the House of Representatives have placed a notice on President Joe Biden and put forward a proposal to audit billions of dollars sent to Ukraine.


This procedure was introduced by Rep.

  • Marjorie Taylor Green (Republican of Georgia) with the support of Reps.
  • Matt Gaetz (Republican of Florida) Paul Gosar (Republican of Arizona)
  • and Thomas Massey (Republican of Kentucky)


Andy Biggs (Republican - AZ)

Barry Moore (R-AL) and Matt Rosendale (R-MT)  Andrew Clyde (R-GA) Dan Bishop (R-NC) Greg Steube (R-FL) Clay Higgins (R-LA ).


The funds the Republican Party plans to review will include all military spending, humanitarian aid and economic assistance that America sends to Ukraine.

Congresswoman Green said :




The American people deserve to know

where their hard-earned

tax money goes to a foreign country that is not a NATO member

and President Biden himself has said he will not defend.


We ignore the dangers that

occur in our country while protecting another country's borders altogether and waging a proxy war with Russia.

She said

The American people represent him and I can tell you now, our region... not interested in continuing to finance a war in Ukraine and defending Ukraine's borders while our borders are invaded every day .


Congressman Rosendale said :



Congress sent nearly $66 billion in taxpayers to Ukraine over the past year, and President Biden urges the House to accelerate another $37.7 billion through a lame-duck session.


It is unreasonable for the United States to send more funding to a country linked to FTX cryptocurrency exchanges and Sam Bunkman-Fred's election spending.



"The American people deserve a full investigation."


According to the Washington Times:


Last month, 30 liberal House lawmakers urged President Biden in an open letter to push more firmly for peace talks, a clear break within the president.





Strategist explains how America's aid to Ukraine

will be affected after Republicans win

General Samir Faraj said




The strategist said that U.S.

support for Ukraine would decrease after Republicans won the midterm elections to the United States Congress, which is calming the situation between Russia and Ukraine.


During a telephone intervention on

"On My Responsibility" on the Echo Channel

Faraj added that the weapons Biden provides to Ukraine are from the US strategic reserve, which Republicans who won the US House of Representatives reject.



The strategist explained

There are many decisions Biden has made before and Republicans are now rejecting them.

Following their victory, the parties were forced to sit at the negotiating table.


The United States Chief of Staff said that

 the crisis would be resolved only through peace.


The French president said Russia would not come out defeated

  • and a solution would be reached during
  • the coming winter due to the difficult weather
  • and low temperature affecting European countries.