Trump Jr. Unleashes on McConnell as ‘Pro-Amnesty Turtle’ Over Massive Senate Bill Funds for Israel and Ukraine

Donald Trump Jr., son of the former President, criticized Senate Republicans for a $118 billion immigration bill that allocates more money to foreign countries than to the U.S. border. Trump took to social media to express his concerns, warning that the bill was attempting to sneak in mass amnesty for illegal immigrants and dishing out endless dollars for Ukraine. The bill, which provides $60 billion in military aid to Ukraine, $14 billion to Israel, and $20 billion for border security, was praised by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and was co-authored by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. The allocation of funds, which includes $78.5 billion for foreign operations compared to $20 billion for border security, has drawn criticism from those who argue that standalone bills for the border should be considered instead of including aid for other countries. The article concludes with a call for readers to share their thoughts on the matter.