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We Need An Immediate Ceasefire In Ukraine, Not Israel

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Ukrainian President Zelensky is urging U.S. lawmakers to allocate $61 billion for the war effort, part of a $110 billion national security supplemental.

Senate Republicans blocked the bill due to lack of border policy changes and concerns about the unwinnable nature of the conflict.

There’s a call for clarity on the endgame strategy in Ukraine, as it’s argued that Western aid won’t lead to a Russian defeat. (Trending: Joe Biden Impeachment Formalized As Republicans Unite)

“The idea that Ukraine was going to throw Russia back to the 1991 borders was preposterous. Nobody actually believed it,” Sen. J.D. Vance said.

“So what we’re saying to the president and really to the entire world is, you need to articulate what the ambition is.”

The suggestion is for Ukraine to accept Russian control over some territory in exchange for formal Western support to secure the rest of the country.

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