The Senate on Tuesday adopted a $95.3 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, following a months-long debate that divided members of the Republican Party.
Senators voted 70-29 in favor of the package, even though his future remains uncertain as House speaker. Mike Johnson made clear Monday night that he cares little about the Senate bill. Twenty-two Republican senators voted in favor of the package, including the Senate minority leader. Mitch McConnell.
The package contains no changes regarding the southern border because it has faced some resistance from Republicans, who have said they will not support additional aid to Ukraine unless it be amended to include border policy changes.