"Like many measures that come before the Senate, I did not support every provision included in the conference report, and I am disappointed that we are not responding to this public health emergency like we traditionally have responded to others like it — in a bipartisan way," Mr. Donnelly said. "My vote, however, reflected my commitment to provide funding for our veterans and to combat the Zika virus. I hope Republicans and Democrats will work together to reach a bipartisan agreement that can be enacted quickly."
"We seem lost," he said. "We seem lost and at confusion about what to do next, unable to put any real marker down or have any plan for success. The people are voting, and they're voting with their feet. They're leaving. There's refugees all over the world now, and we have the opportunity to set up safe zones, and what I hear is we're worried about the Russians, we're worried about the Syrians, we're worried about all of these things."