While Kevin McCarthy questions the willingness of his caucus to continue support for Ukraine, a majority of Americans (including Republicans) is willing to do so "for as long as it takes" even if they have to pay more for gas and groceries. Latest from @ChicagoCouncil Survey. pic.twitter.com/kTseVIeCaV— Ivo Daalder (@IvoHDaalder) October 20, 2022
Marjorie Taylor Greene said “Ukrainian lobbyists” were “lucky” she wasn’t in her office when they came by. pic.twitter.com/VkswVweiBf— PatriotTakes ?? (@patriottakes) October 20, 2022
"I don't think Marjorie Taylor Greene should set the foreign policy of the Republican Party."— The Recount (@therecount) October 20, 2022
— White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain reacts to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's recent comments suggesting military aid to Ukraine would dry up if Republicans win the House pic.twitter.com/KuNDo4cfYn
The Democratic Party is the party that wants to fund Ukraine’s government forever.— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) October 20, 2022
The tide is turning.
By the time the next Congress is sworn in, public opinion will be on our side.