Rand Paul Points to $34 Trillion US Debt in Stand Against New Ukraine Spending

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) took to the Senate floor on Monday afternoon to slow the passage of a $95.3 supplemental spending package that sends new rounds of funding to Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan.

The libertarian-oriented Kentucky Republican called into question the decision to approve nearly $100 billion in foreign aid while the U.S. sovereign debt exceeds $34 trillion.

“In what kind of world do you borrow money to send charity?” Mr. Paul asked, in a speech that lasted nearly an hour.

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