If Republicans Want To Cut Spending, They Should Start With the Pentagon
The first major test for the new Republican majority in the House is the looming crisis involving the debt ceiling, which GOP lawmakers say they won't vote to raise unless Democrats, including President Joe Biden, agree to cut spending.
And the first major test of whether Republicans are serious about cutting spending is their ability to identify anything they'd actually be willing to cut.
So far, that part has been the problem.
Case in point, here's Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R–Ga.) explaining the House GOP's demands to NBC News earlier...