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Joe Biden Loses It When Republicans Reject His Ukraine Agenda

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President Biden emphasized the importance of the United States’ role in global politics, highlighting the need to support Ukraine and considering the impact on international alliances.

Polls indicate that Biden’s migration policy has reduced public support and may affect Democrat chances in 2024.

The GOP and Democrats are at odds over border security and funding, with the Senate Democrats pushing a spending package without GOP concessions. (Trending: Elon Musk Condemns Arrest Of Jan 6 Protester)

“Petty partisan angry politics can’t get in the way of our responsibility as a leading nation in the world,” Biden said.

“They’ve walked away — it’s ‘Take everything we have here’ on their one proposal, which is extreme or nothing,” he said.

“It was the Republican leader and others on the Republican side in the House and Senate — mainly from the hard right — who demanded that border and Ukraine be tied together … We don’t have much time to keep negotiating off the floor of all if all do is go around in circles which is what’s happened over the last three weeks,” Schumer said.

“You can bet, my colleagues, Vladimir Putin is watching. Hamas is certainly watching.”

“Iran, President Xi, North Korea, all of our adversaries are closely watching. Let us do the right thing and move forward today.”

“This is not about reaching a bipartisan compromise on immigration reform,” Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) said.

“Just when we thought we’d heard the worst of it, here’s one more story to build on why we need to solve the problem on the southern border.”

“We just learned that the VA healthcare resources — the VA — are being used to facilitate healthcare to illegal migrants.”

“Veterans have a hard enough time getting the care that they need, and now they have to compete with illegal immigrants?”

“Biden’s border crisis puts illegal immigrants first and puts our veterans last,” he added.

The debate primarily revolves around national security and border protection measures.

Meanwhile, concerns are raised about the economic impact of migration policies and the allocation of resources, particularly in relation to veterans’ healthcare.

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