U.S. aid packages are being proposed for both Israel and Ukraine, though wrangling is continuing in Congress over the most appropriate method of doing so.
Diplomatic and military leaders in the United States are urging Congress to approve aid to both Israel and Ukraine as quickly as possible, but the House has only approved aid for the former—a deal Democrats in the Senate say is a non-starter. President Joe Biden has also said he will veto the Israel-only bill.
Will Congress come together to pass the aid packages? NTD is joined by Carrie Sheffield, a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum, who gives her perspective on what Congress is likely to do next—and where 2 parties’ priorities should lie.