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The House voted Monday to extend the debate on imposing new sanctions on Russia and the Trump administration on the topic.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, told reporters that the House is taking the opportunity to review the legislation and provide a bipartisan consensus on the sanctions that will be effective.
He also said that if the legislation fails to pass, there will be a public debate on the issue.
The House will take up the bill on Tuesday, McCarthy said.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., voted to delay the bill’s passage until the House has a new vote scheduled in mid-September.
The bill has not yet been passed by the Senate.
President Donald Trump has accused the Obama administration of failing to do enough to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine and the ongoing campaign of Russian hacking in the United States and Europe.
Ryan and McCarthy have called for tougher sanctions on Moscow.
Ryan has been among the most vocal lawmakers against the legislation, which has the backing of the Senate but has been blocked in the House.
He and McCarthy also have said that sanctions would need to be lifted from individuals and businesses involved in Russia’s campaign to interfere in the U.S. elections and the election of Trump.
On Sunday, Trump said that the Senate legislation would make it harder to sanction Russia.
Trump, who has repeatedly questioned the legality of the sanctions imposed by Congress, told Fox News Sunday that the sanctions were “a good idea, but not enough.”
Trump said in a tweet that “the sanctions were a good idea but not good enough.”
The Senate legislation passed by a vote of 98-1 in February and then was stripped of many of its provisions during a markup in March.
The Senate sanctions bill included a provision to allow the Treasury Department to impose sanctions against Russian individuals and companies that have violated the terms of a multilateral deal to curtail Russian meddling in Ukraine.
The U.N. Security Council has also imposed sanctions on the Russian military and military-industrial complex over its military operations in Ukraine, including the annexation of Crimea.
The Trump administration also imposed new sanctions against several Russian individuals, businesses and banks last week.
Trump has also called for new sanctions and a new round of sanctions against Russia.