The help of United States to Ukraine is seriously threatened. Despite the efforts of President Joe Biden, congressional Republicans blocked a budget bill late last week that included more than $50 billion in additional security aid for this country (106 including funds for Israel). Proof that opposition to war financing – long a political rallying point for the hard right – is catching on among Republicans.
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The position of Trump’s party, the ultra-favorite to face Biden in eleven months in the presidential election, is clear: no question of continuing to finance the Ukrainian ally until Democrats accept a radical overhaul of US immigration laws. “Why would we protect Ukraine’s borders when we don’t defend ours against immigration? », they ask in substance. All Republicans lined up behind this somewhat specious argument, even those who had until then always voted in favor of istance to Ukraine.