A Ukrainian serviceman reacts while holding a weapon in Kharkiv, Ukraine, February 25, 2022. (Maksim Levin/Reuters)

For at least the fourth time in several days, Senator Ben Sasse called on the Biden administration to share real-time intelligence with the Ukrainian military. He accused officials of slow-walking in an “overly lawyered” process intelligence that Ukrainian forces could otherwise use on the battlefield, in comments to National Review.

Despite Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s recent requests for the U.S. and its NATO allies to put in place a no-fly zone over parts of Ukraine, the White House and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have dismissed the idea as likely to draw Washington into direct military combat with Moscow. Providing …

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