McCarthy responds to Russian reporter’s question on future Ukraine aid | USA TODAY

During his visit to Israel, Speaker Kevin McCarthy was questioned by a Russian reporter about the future of U.S. support of Ukraine.
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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., rebuked claims from a Russian reporter that he does not support sending aid to Ukraine during a press conference in Israel Monday.

A reporter from Russia started a question by stating the California representative does not support "unlimited and uncontrolled" supplies of weaponry and aid to Ukraine. He then asked McCarthy if U.S. policy on sending weaponry to Ukraine will change.

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  1. Oh really you’re just saying that too gets voter for midterm reelection and for voters to vote Republicans dearly that’s all 😊😊😊

  2. Id like to see more of the mural painting on the wall behind that dude in this video please

  3. I am a Christian who suffers from persecution in Morocco because of my difference. I hope to take humanitarian asylum in America

    1. Sounds like a choice? Doesn’t it? Maybe don’t tell people you are “Christian” then? I don’t think getting asylum is that easy.

  4. Why is Mc Carthy speaking on behalf of the US? We want someone with brains representing us.

    1. Also why do you have Dave chapel in your picture? That man is only 100 times smarter than you and definitely supports Ukraine.

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