Their split is a matter of degrees because both agree the House should hold a formal vote on the impeachment.
“To hell with politics, just do what’s right for Alaska.”
Gross outpaced Sullivan in the latest report, but Sullivan has far more money in the bank.
Sullivan said the U.S. should be prepared to destroy and kill forces that harm U.S. troops during the withdrawal, which he opposes.
The trio worries that the move betrays U.S. allies and opens a void to be filled by Iran and Russia.
“Adverse impacts to Alaska’s world-class salmon fishery and to the ecosystem of Bristol Bay, Alaska, are unacceptable.”
The border emergency had been used to divert funds away from more than $100 million in Alaska projects to the border wall.
Meanwhile, Sullivan suggested the criticism is warranted.
Because it’s never too early to start thinking about the next big election.
Murkowski said Congress cannot hand over its spending powers to the President.