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GOP Senator Slams Biden for Not Putting Americans First

'We’re not taking care of our own country...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Senator Bill Hagerty, R-TN, slammed President Joe Biden for acting against the best interests of Americans on an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, The Daily Wire reported.

“I’ll be a no on the package, Maria,” Hagerty said, referring to an additional $40 billion aid package under consideration for Ukraine.

“We’ve got to look at our own national security first,” he added. “We’re not taking care of our own country.”

Hagerty continued, saying Biden has “waged war” on American industry.

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“The best thing Biden administration could do is stop the war that he’s waged on American industry. That would lower prices overall. That would take the funding away from Putin’s war machine against Ukraine and make our economy better here. Biden will not do that, and he’s taken us in a bad direction,” he said.

“We’ve already committed a great deal of money, and I know people are concerned that money is being well spent, and we should certainly take effort to oversee that carefully,” he continued. “At the same time, we’ve got to take care of things at home first.”

Hagerty also accused Biden of being “completely out of touch” with Americans

Hagerty is not the only Senate Republican to oppose the most recent Ukrianian aid package.

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Sen. Rand Paul, R-KN, tweeted his concerns regarding the excessive support of Ukraine.

“My oath of office is to the U.S. Constitution, not to any foreign nation. Congress is trying yet again to ram through a spending bill – one that I doubt anyone has actually read – and there’s no oversight included into how the money is being spent,” Paul wrote.

Senate Minority Leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell, said he believes the majority of the GOP will support the relief package.

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