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Senator Mike Lee of Utah has lodged a complaint against Newsmax, alleging that they deliberately omitted a portion of his interview concerning the Ukraine aid vote. Taking to Twitter, Lee expressed his disappointment with the network for excluding “an entire segment” of his conversation with Newsmax host Eric Bolling during Monday night’s show. Lee emphasized that he was particularly taken aback by this decision as the interview had specifically delved into the supplemental legislation for Ukraine.

“Newsmax cut an entire segment of my interview last night. No mention of Ukraine—even though part of the interview focused specifically on the supplemental. I’ve never had this happen with any news network, not like this,” Lee posted to Twitter.

The Republican senator then mentioned Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy in the post, inquiring about the whereabouts of the piece and sharing the link to the interview that was broadcasted on the show.

During the weekend, the House representatives approved the foreign aid package proposed by Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson, which aims to provide $95.3 billion in aid to Israel, Ukraine, Taiwan, and other American allies. The consolidated legislation, previously consisting of four separate bills, includes $60.8 billion in aid for Ukraine, $15 billion in military assistance for Israel, $9 billion in humanitarian aid for Israel, and $8 billion for Taiwan.

Despite facing opposition from Republicans in both the House and Senate, Johnson’s legislation received approval through a procedural vote in the Senate on Tuesday, with 80-19 votes, including 31 Republicans in favor of advancing the package. Senator Lee has expressed his dissent towards the package online, while the House Speaker had previously stated that he would not advocate for additional foreign aid until the crisis at the southern border was resolved.

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