Critics say border bill would send $60B to Ukraine. Here’s where it’s really going.


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Still, several longtime Ukraine aid critics were quick to mischaracterize the bill after Senate negotiators unveiled the latest version of the supplemental over the weekend. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), an opponent of more funding to assist Ukraine, complained on social media after the deal was released that there is “little time to evaluate the consequences if it’s made law.” “What we know so far: $60 billion to the corrupt regime in Ukraine and no real border security for our own country,” Paul posted on Sunday. “This has to stop.” “Fun fact, the U.S. Marine Corps budget in FY23 was $53.8...