A stopgap spending agreement by two factions of the House GOP made to avoid a government shutdown is exposing cracks within the conference.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., one of several Republican lawmakers who said they will oppose the CR, disputed Rep. Byron Donalds’ assertion that it had no money going toward Ukraine. Donalds, R-Fla., was one of the key negotiators of the deal. Elizabeth Elkind is a reporter for Fox News Digital focused on Congress as well as the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and politics. Previous digital bylines seen at Daily Mail and CBS News.
"Your CR funds Section C and Section K of Public Law 117-328. Here’s what the law says. 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!" Greene wrote on X, formerly Twitter. Follow on Twitter at @liz_elkind and send tips to email@example.com