On Monday a white house aide confirmed that the Biden administration had approved a deal in which weapons will be sold to Israel for 735 million dollars.
This approval has been controversial, and some house Democrats have urged Biden to give minimal support to Israel. Much of the possible sale is ammunition and supplies manufactured by Boeing and according to the White House aide that delivered the news “the equipment utilized unguided bombs dropped from aircraft into and made them guided missiles”.
There are four days left in the 15-day review window, because the bill was proposed on May 5th, and disapproval has to be in committee for a minimum ten days before there can be a vote to bring it to the house floor. We will all be looking to see how the situation plays out [The Hill].
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