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Washington, D.C. – Rep. Ken Buck (CO-4) joined House Foreign Affairs Committee Lead Republican Michael McCaul (TX-10), Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation Lead Republican Steve Chabot (OH-1) and all committee Republicans in calling on President Biden to commit to continuing evacuation flights out of Kabul until all American citizens and all of our Afghan partners are safely out of the country.
Today, I voted to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), the legislation that licensed much of the United States’ military engagement in the Middle East for the last 20 years. This blank check resolution authorized the executive branch to conduct broad military operations, and Congress has disregarded its Constitutional oversight powers. Congress' action to repeal the outdated 2002 AUMF today brings Congress one important step closer to restoring its check on Executive fiat.
WASHINGTON – During her confirmation hearing, Governor Raimondo refused to commit to keeping Huawei on the Commerce Department’s Entity List. Following her refusal, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki also refused to make the commitment when was asked at two separate briefings.
Today, Congressman Ken Buck (R-Colo.) introduced H.R. 8831, a bill that codifies the denial of export privileges against nations that violate U.S. law and steal intellectual property.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the growing threat of Huawei and the Chinese Communist Party, Congressman Ken Buck (R-Colo.) led 40 other members of Congress in a letter to Secretary Wilbur Ross to applaud the Commerce Department’s recent decision to restrict Huawei and its affiliates from undermining and evading American export controls. Rep. Buck and co-signers are urging the Secretary to take further action to cut our nation’s ties with Huawei and curb the CCP’s attempts to steal American IP.
Washington, D.C. — Today, Reps. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) and Lou Correa (D-Calif.) introduced bipartisan legislation to ban the Chinese-controlled TikTok app on all United States government devices. The Departments of Defense, State, and Homeland Security have already restricted TikTok because of the cyber and surveillance threats the app presents.
The No TikTok on Government Devices Act (H.R. 6896) serves as companion legislation to Sen. Josh Hawley's (R-Mo.) Senate bill introduced in March 2020.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Buck voted against H. Con. Res. 83, a concurrent resolution that would terminate the use of U.S. Armed Forces engaging in hostilities in or against Iran. Following the passage in the House, Rep. Buck issued the following:
“I voted against the Democrats' show vote on a War Powers concurrent resolution. The resolution manipulates the original intent of the resolution while putting American lives in jeopardy.