White House sent Republicans a "vacation reading package" on the delay of aid to Ukraine

White House sent Republicans a "vacation reading package" on the delay of aid to Ukraine

The White House has sent a "vacation reading package" to House Republicans, which includes articles from various media outlets on how the delay in voting on US aid affects the war in Ukraine. This was reported by VOA.

 

The package includes a material from Fox News about the lack of ammunition for Ukrainian troops in Avdiivka and an article from the Associated Press about the expectations of American factory workers for the adoption of a bill to help Ukraine, which will help to develop jobs in different states. The package also includes a material from the BBC about the tracking of missing Ukrainian children in Russia.


"House Republicans say they care about fighting child abuse, but they turn a blind eye to the fact that Russia has abducted thousands of Ukrainian children," said Andrew Bates, deputy White House spokesman.


The package included several articles accusing House Speaker Mike Johnson of not agreeing to changes to US border security legislation, even though the Border Patrol union and the US Chamber of Commerce supported the bill.





The White House has sent a "vacation reading package" to House Republicans, which includes articles from various media outlets on how the delay in voting on US aid affects the war in Ukraine. This was reported by VOA.

 

The package includes a material from Fox News about the lack of ammunition for Ukrainian troops in Avdiivka and an article from the Associated Press about the expectations of American factory workers for the adoption of a bill to help Ukraine, which will help to develop jobs in different states. The package also includes a material from the BBC about the tracking of missing Ukrainian children in Russia.


"House Republicans say they care about fighting child abuse, but they turn a blind eye to the fact that Russia has abducted thousands of Ukrainian children," said Andrew Bates, deputy White House spokesman.


The package included several articles accusing House Speaker Mike Johnson of not agreeing to changes to US border security legislation, even though the Border Patrol union and the US Chamber of Commerce supported the bill.