Graham defends stance on Ukraine aid, says fate of Taiwan and beyond depends on stopping Putin


Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., defended his support for U.S. aid to Ukraine, saying Thursday that China is watching how Russia fares and that the world writ large will benefit by Vladimir Putin being stopped.

On "Jesse Watters Primetime," host Jesse Watters shared many Americans' concern that billions in Ukraine aid could be better spent domestically while the United States is in the throes of record inflation, food shortages and gasoline shortages.

"Americans are looking around like, ‘Hey, Congress, what about us?’ Do you feel that?" he asked the lawmaker.

"I totally get it, [but] here's the problem with Ukraine. They run out of money in terms of buying weapons, I think, in the middle of May. So the Ukrainian army is delivering a whoop-a-- on the Russian army [but] they're about to run out of ammunition," he said.

"They're not asking for any soldiers — they are not asking for us to take over the skies anymore," he added.

Watters responded by p... (Read more)

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