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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch warned that the House of Representatives must be "toddler-proofed" by Democrats before Republicans take control in January.
"No offense to toddlers," the newspaper wrote in an editorial published Sunday.
The new GOP representative majority is "a crowd that has literally announced its intention to threaten America's fiscal stability, block electoral reforms and desert Ukraine," the newspaper noted.
Extremist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) is among House Republicans who have vowed to cut US funding for Ukraine's defenses against Russian invasion.
“Under the Republicans, not a penny will go to Ukraine. Our country comes first. They don't care about our border or our people," Greene said earlier this month.
Potential GOP House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) struck a more dovish tone but did not promise another "blank check" for Ukraine.
"Democrats, who still control Congress, now have not only the right but also the duty to see to it that the incoming majority's worst instincts are curbed before they take their seat," the editorial concluded. "Let's cover those outlets."
Read the entire editorial here.
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