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Moscowitz Warns Against Johnson’s Ouster, Citing Potential Boost to China, Russia, Iran

Rep. Jared Moskowitz (Credits: NBC News)

Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) criticized Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) threat to oust House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.), arguing that such a move would only strengthen foreign adversaries like China, Russia, and Iran.

During an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” Moskowitz expressed concern over the potential consequences of Greene’s actions, highlighting the importance of unity in dealing with international challenges.

Greene introduced a motion-to-vacate Johnson’s Speakership last month, citing concerns over his handling of Ukraine aid and government spending.

Jared Moskowitz (Credits: CNN)

Her motion gained support from Reps. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), raising tensions within the GOP. However, the outcome of the motion remains uncertain as Greene has not yet brought it to the floor for a vote.

Moskowitz dismissed Greene’s criticism of further Ukraine aid, labeling her as “not a serious legislator” and suggesting that her actions only serve to undermine American interests. He emphasized the importance of standing by allies and strengthening national security measures.

The House passed a bipartisan foreign aid package on Saturday, allocating funds to Ukraine, Israel, and global humanitarian aid. The package also includes measures to enhance security in the Indo-Pacific region and address national security concerns such as the potential ban on the TikTok app. The bill now moves to the Senate for further consideration.

Jared Moskowitz (Credits: The Hill)

Greene’s remarks following the bill’s passage drew criticism, with Moskowitz describing them as a “sellout of America.” Greene expressed frustration over what she perceived as insufficient action to secure the U.S.-southern border, contrasting it with the allocation of foreign aid.

Tensions between Greene and Moskowitz have been ongoing, with Moskowitz previously referring to Greene as “Putin’s special envoy to Congress” due to her stance on foreign policy issues. Their differences highlight broader divisions within Congress over foreign aid and national security priorities.

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