The Washington Post reports:
Republican Chris Christie, waging a long-shot bid for his party’s presidential nomination, visited Ukraine on Friday where he met President Volodymyr Zelensky on a trip that underscored the sharp GOP divisions over U.S. support for the country in its war against Russia and the high stakes for Ukraine, which now depends on American military and economic aid for its survival.
The former New Jersey governor arrived in Kyiv on Friday for what he billed as a fact-finding mission to assess the effectiveness of U.S. military aid to Ukraine, though Christie remained within the relatively safe confines of the Kyiv region and did not visit front-line positions. Christie also visited Moshchun and Bucha, which were ravaged by Russian forces before they were forced to retreat in spring 2022 and where Russian soldiers were accused of war crimes.
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