Showdown Looms on US Aid to Ukraine

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, the U.S. has provided $68 billion in aid to Kyiv, and on Nov. 15, the Biden administration requested another $38 billion.

But with Republicans set to take over the House – and the federal government’s purse strings – in January when the 118th Congress convenes, such robust spending, especially with the U.S. mired in an economic and border crisis, might not be so easy to come by.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said in October that Republicans won’t write a blank check to Ukraine if Republicans regained the majority.

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