- Biden administration announced latest $400M package last week
- House Minority Leader McCarthy says there will be no ‘blank check’ for Ukraine
- Marjorie Taylor Greene has called for holding Ukraine ‘accountable’
- President Biden is pushing for an additional $40 billion in aid
He is facing pressure from his party’s right flank, which has voiced skepticism of Ukraine even as the country’s military has helped push back Russian military forces after a repeated infusions of missiles, mortars, and sophisticated drones.
‘Even critics of aid can have a valid point, and I think that the administration and Ukrainians would be well-advised to prevent abuse before it happens. Once it happens, you can’t unroll it,’ said Mark Cancian, a senior advisor for the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
‘My concern is that evidence of abuse would undermine the bipartisan consensus for aid, notwithstanding criticisms from the populist right and the progressive left, it’s still a very strong consensus,’ Cancian told DailyMail.com. Even a limited instance of abuse or diversion of US weaponry could have a damaging impact.
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