Republicans trade jabs over stopgap spending deal that's dividing House GOP: 'You are wrong'

September 18, 2023 at 22:30

A stopgap spending deal struck between separate factions of the House GOP was splitting the Republican conference on Monday, with less than two weeks until the government funding deadline on Sept. 30.
Donalds, R-Fla., was one of the key negotiators of the deal.
"Your CR funds Section C and Section K of Public Law 117-328.
It funds Ukraine in multiple sections, including 2 funds with no specified dollar amount that leaves the spending up to Biden.
Billions more could end up being sent to Ukraine with your CR!"
It was in the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), which you VOTED FOR this year," Donalds hit back.
Greene responded, "I voted for the NDAA, which is policy, in order to be on the conference to remove the money for Ukraine.
Defense approps and your CR actually write the checks, the NDAA does not, come on you know that.
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In addition to the spending cutbacks, the proposed CR would also implement key portions of House Republicans’ border security bill, excluding eVerify provisions.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPHouse Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., told reporters Monday that the CR would get a vote on Thursday.