Ohio Rep. says President Biden's end goal with Ukraine is uncertain, raises concerns
Rep. Warren Davidson raised concerns that there are still so many unanswered questions when it comes to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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Ohio GOP Congressman Warren Davidson says that President Biden's final objective with the war in Ukraine seems unclear, which causes concern.
"We've all but tactically participated in the war, to the point where our drones are getting taken down at this point," Davidson said on the Wednesday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "And we still can't define what is the mission."
"Yeah, support Ukraine," he continued. "To do what? Right? That's kind of where it stops. Is it to create a peaceful resolution so that the war doesn't spread to any NATO country? Is it to make sure there are no Russians in Ukraine?"
Davidson is a former Army Ranger who has introduced legislation in the past to support veterans to bring them home and ensure they get their health benefits.
The Ohio representative raised concerns that there are still so many unanswered questions when it comes to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
"What is America's role in that if the Ukrainian military starts to fail and get pushed back?" Davidson asked. "Is it somehow America's fight? Is it NATO's fight? Those questions aren't being asked, and they certainly aren't being answered and we need answers to that."