Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk of Ukraine will visit the White House this Wednesday to meet with President Obama about how to handle Russia's invasion of Crimea. The two leaders will be meeting less than a week before Crimea votes on a referendum to remain part of Ukraine or join Russia. During the announcement of his trip to the U.S., Yatsenyuk declared that Ukraine will not give “an inch” of territory to Russia. Some Republicans have accused Obama of poorly handling the crisis and not doing enough to bolster Ukraine and show strength in the region. Sen. John McCain said it is "the ultimate result of a feckless foreign policy where nobody believes in America's strength anymore."