“Not a penny will get”: in the USA, the politician promised to stop helping Ukraine (video)

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According to the representative of the Republican Party, Marjorie Taylor Green, financial assistance to Ukraine will be stopped if the Republicans win the congressional elections. Congresswoman Liz Cheney responded by saying that this is exactly what Putin wants.

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Marjorie Taylor Green, a far-right Georgia congresswoman, vowed yesterday to end her support for Ukraine if the Republicans win next week's midterm congressional elections. Taylor Green criticized her opponents on Twitter.

“The only border they care about is the Ukrainian, not the southern border of America,” Green threw at the American Democrats at a meeting with voters in Iowa.


“Ukraine won't get a penny under the Republicans. Our country comes first. They don't care about our borders or our people,” said Taylor Green.

These words were met with a standing ovation by the assembled audience.

Outgoing Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) criticized Green's statement, saying it was exactly what Russian President Vladimir Putin wants. According to her, if the Republicans were like that in the 80s, the United States would have lost the cold war.

In response, Taylor Green said: “Two aspects remained in the past: you and your dad's Republican Party, who sent our troops to fight wars with the support of American taxpayer dollars, and so far won nothing.

The opinion of representatives of the Republican Party regarding the further provision of financial assistance to Ukraine was divided. and humanitarian support worth more than $67 billion.

Who is Marjorie Taylor Green?

Taylor Green is considered an ultra-right politician, a supporter of Donald Trump and conspiracy theories. She was elected to the US House of Representatives from Georgia. Known for filing an impeachment petition against Biden and voting against the Lend-Lease Act for Ukraine.