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US doesn’t owe Zelensky ‘a damn thing’ – congressman

    Paul Gosar believes Washington is not acting in its self interest during the ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis | 10 Oct, 2022 17:32 Home

    Vladimir Zelensky leads a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council in Kiev Ukraine, September 30, 2022 ©  AP / Ukrainian Presidential Press Office

    US Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) has called on Washington to cut foreign aid to Ukraine, which he argued is being used to fund a conflict that the US should have “no involvement in.” On Capitol Hill, a number of Republican lawmakers have condemned President Joe Biden’s open checkbook for Kiev.

    “NO MORE Foreign Aid, especially not to fund a war that we should have NO involvement in,” Gosar tweeted on Monday. “Biden and his crime family may owe Zelensky, but America doesn’t owe him a damn thing,” the lawmaker added.

    A staunch anti-interventionist and a member of the Republican Party’s unofficial ‘America First’ caucus, Gosar has emerged as one of the loudest critics of the Biden administration’s Ukraine policy. The Arizona congressman voted against a $40 billion military and economic aid package for Kiev in May, and against a spending bill offering Kiev another $12 billion last month.

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