의 위에 “Wild는 NHL의 올스타 브레이크로 향합니다.,” 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, '이봐, 회의, what about us?’ Do you feel that?” he asked the lawmaker.
“I totally get it, [그러나] here’s the problem with Ukraine. They run out of money in terms of buying weapons, 나는 생각한다, in the middle of May. So the Ukrainian army is delivering a whoop-a– on the Russian army [그러나] they’re about to run out of ammunition,” 그는 말했다.
“They’re not asking for any soldiers — they are not asking for us to take over the skies anymore,” 그는 덧붙였다.
Watters responded by pushing back that the working class believes their own behinds are being “whooped” at home as well.
Graham said the prospect of Putin continuing his invasion further into Europe from Ukraine is “common sense” if he isn’t rebuffed.
“If I thought pulling the plug on Ukraine would make any problem better here, I would entertain it,” 그는 말했다. “But our problems here don’t get better by allowing Putin to win in Ukraine because he won’t stop.”
“If we can win in Ukraine — and I think we can — we can stop Putin, the world gets better overnight. If he takes Ukraine, he doesn’t get prosecuted as a war criminal, he’ll keep going. He wants to rewrite the map of Europe.”
“And China is just waiting to see what to do with Taiwan. All the chips in the world for our high-tech industry come from Taiwan. So there’s a lot at stake here. But… I’m not trying to argue with you that we should be doing more here at home. We should have rational border policies. We don’t.”