"This administration brought our nation to war without congressional approval or the support of the American people," Kucinich said.
"In a direct challenge to Congress, the administration is continuing the war despite its inability to provide a constitutional or legal justification for bypassing Congress," he added. "Congress must use its constitutional authority of the power of the purse to end this war."
House Majority Leader Eric CantorEric CantorJuan Williams: The capitulation of Paul Ryan The Trail 2016: The Big One Conservative sworn in to replace Boehner MORE (R-Va.) hinted on Thursday that the House could bring up a separate bill to defund the Libya intervention. Cantor was not specific on what the bill would do, but his comments followed remarks from House Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerCameras go dark during House Democrats' sit-in Rubio flies with Obama on Air Force One to Orlando Juan Williams: The capitulation of Paul Ryan MORE (R-Ohio) that the House might look at a defunding measure.