Capitol Report (April 5): Gen. Flynn on Ukraine-Russia War

Why are you really paying extra at the pump? That’s the question lawmakers say they’re trying to get the bottom of this week. Oil and gas CEOs are coming to Capitol Hill to testify.

Three states are suing the Biden administration over its lifting of a rule that blocks migrants from entering the United States. We talked to an Arizona representative about how this might affect the current border situation and the midterm election.

Oklahoma Congressman and candidate for Senate Markwayne Mullin visited the southern border recently, and he’ll share with us what he saw and the impact if Title 42 is not kept in place.

At Tuesday’s U.N. meeting, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a plea for justice. He is accusing Russia of war crimes.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley share strategies on defending Europe as they testified before the House Armed Services Committee.

The Ukraine war wages on, and the United States is slated to impose more sanctions on Russia Wednesday. We spoke to former Trump national security adviser retired General Michael Flynn to get his assessment of the Ukraine–Russia war, and we ask him if the war could have been avoided.

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