Republicans increasingly began to declare that the money allocated in Ukraine should be increased for the fight against China and overcoming internal problems.
“The constant flow of military aid to Ukraine is losing popularity among Republicans. Politicians are looking for an excuse for foreign spending while the United States is experiencing high inflation and an economic recession,” the report says.
Recently, Steve Scalise and Elise Stefanik, the second-ranking Republicans, have backed away from publicly declaring that they will continue to support our country if their party wins.
“There are many members of the party who want to see more accountability in the Department of Defense and more attention to the threats that are on the ground. China is very active in building up its navy, and our navy is in decline right now,” said Steve Scalise. .
House Armed Services Committee Representative Ruben Gallego expands that Republicans can program the support rule.
“It was used by previous Speakers of the Chamber and requires the consent of the largest number of party members to bring any bill to a vote. In this case, it will be much more difficult to allocate new aid to our country,” they added at the end.