Mo Brooks: Frankly, we should always demand quid pro quos when giving foreign aid

“Let me be real clear: In every instance in which the United States government gives another country something, whether it be military supply or it be food, there better dadgum well be a quid pro quo,” Brooks said on The Jeff Poor Show, using a Southern word which expresses annoyance.

“There better be an expectation, for example, that military equipment we give the Ukraine is going to be used to fight the Russians. Another quid pro quo is that we have an expectation that Ukraine is not going to give that military equipment to any of our enemies like al Qaeda, the Islamic State, or what have you,” he continued, calling for a mutually beneficial transaction.