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Statement on Russia Sanctions

December 29, 2016

"While today’s action by the administration is overdue, it is an appropriate way to end eight years of failed policy with Russia." Read More

It’s Official: The Biggest Pay Raise For Our Troops in Six Years

December 23, 2016

“We can all be glad that our troops will finally receive their largest pay raise in six years." Read More

Statement on Administration's Refusal to Veto Anti-Israel UN Resolution

December 23, 2016

Today's vote is a blow to peace that sets a dangerous precedent for further diplomatic efforts to isolate and demonize Israel. Read More

Statement on Anti-Israel UN Resolution

December 22, 2016

"This resolution will undermine peace and mutual cooperation by pushing the parties further away from direct negotiations. The administration should veto it.” Read More

The Iran Sanctions Extension Act Is Now Law—No Thanks to President Obama

December 15, 2016

President Obama once again signaled to the world that he won’t stand up to the mullahs. Read More

Statement on Cyber Threats

December 12, 2016

“We must condemn and push back forcefully against any state-sponsored cyberattacks on our democratic process." Read More

Speaker Ryan Signs Iran Sanctions Extension Act

December 02, 2016

“I am pleased that despite initial hesitation, the White House has heeded our call and indicated that it will sign this bipartisan legislation." Read More

The largest pay raise for our troops in six years

December 02, 2016

"I’m particularly proud that this NDAA includes the largest pay raise our troops have seen in six years—and it’s well-deserved." Read More

Statement on Selection of General James Mattis to Serve as Defense Secretary

December 02, 2016

“General Mattis is exactly the right choice to lead the Pentagon after eight years of fecklessness under President Obama." Read More

Ryan to Obama: Sign Iran Sanctions Act Extension Without Delay

December 01, 2016

This bipartisan legislation passed the House last week by an overwhelming vote of 419-1. However, the White House refuses to say whether President Obama will sign it. Read More

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