By Sandhya

November 3, 2022

How U.S. coverage towards Ukraine ought to alternate if Republicans retake manipulate of Congress.

If Republicans regained control of one or both houses of Congress in the interim period, it would affect the U. 

"I think people are going to be  in a recession and they're not going to give Ukraine a blank check," McCarthy told Punch bowl news. 

She and other far-right lawmakers have insisted the United States faces more pressing priorities, like securing the US-Mexico border.

Kennan, Senior Fellow in Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. 

"There could be a greater claim for oversight and  scrutiny of the  aid packages Ukraine is receiving," he added. "But a big change? Isn't it? Count on it.

“A Reuters/Ipsos poll released on October 5 showed that 73% of Americans support continuing to provide funds to Ukraine. Candidate for  the Ohio Senate.

"I think we've gotten to the point where we've given Ukraine enough money," Vance said in a recent interview.

"We cannot fund a long-term military conflict that I believe is ultimately becoming less and less profitable for our own country. 

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