Chuck Schumer brags to Senators about Mike Johnson giving Dems everything they wanted on Ukraine, foreign aid: report

The news comes after Johnson announced the House will vote Saturday on his foreign aid package to Israel and Ukraine.


Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer bragged on the Senate floor on Wednesday about how House Speaker Mike Johnson gave into Democratic demands in foreign aid packages.

Human Events' Jack Posobiec said he heard from a senior Republican official that Schumer "was just on the Senate floor bragging to other members about Speaker Johnson giving Democrats everything they wanted in the Ukraine and foreign aid packages."

Posobiec said on Human Events Daily Wednesday that there’s "nothing" in this package for the southern border. "Not one penny of this should be spent. None of these bills should go forward and any Republican who thinks that they could sign these bills before we have anything for our border should be looking for a new line of work."

Speaker Johnson announced on Wednesday that the House would convene a vote on Saturday to decide on the recent foreign aid package intended for Israel and Ukraine. This move comes despite significant Republican efforts to impede further spending on foreign countries.

The proposed legislation is similar to a $95 billion aid bill passed by the Senate two months ago, which allocated funds to Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan, and other nations, according to the New York Times.

In addition to scheduling a vote on the aid package, Speaker Johnson has suggested that the House vote separately on aid allocations to individual countries.

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