Biden asks for additional $33 billion in aid for Ukraine | USA TODAY

President Joe Biden is asking for $33 billion in aid for Ukraine, vowing to continue assisting the country in their fight against Russia’s aggression.

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The request includes $20.4 billion in additional security and military assistance for Ukraine and for U.S. efforts to strengthen European security in cooperation with NATO allies and other partners in the region. The resources would be used to put equipment into the hands of Ukraine's military and police and help NATO defend against Russia in the long run.

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  1. No step away from the damn gambling table you ain’t did nothing in America to even consider sending some more money to some people we don’t know while there’s people in America who don’t have clean drinking water a homeless camp in California public schools falling apart and the American people having a hard time since you got in office bruh go home Joe . This is nonsensical

  2. I’m all for this war being over but.. how bout u pay off the student loans while your throwing around money.. 🙄

  3. Can you throw me a million ..Ive worked hard all my life and have nothing to show for it.. Id like to be able to survive your rate increases!

  4. The real cost:
    Average American Lifetime Total Income-$1-1.5 million
    Package-$88 billion
    88B ÷ 1.5M = 58,666
    That means it will take 58,666 people giving everything to taxes for their whole lives to pay for this bill.

  5. Dmitry Yarosh writes about the bombing of Kherson today:

    “It’s our Ukrainian town!” If necessary, we will shoot him. This is our intra-Ukrainian affair.

    You can also add that the Ukrainians are their people, and if necessary they can be slaughtered. In fact, they always called the cities and people of Donbass their own, which is why for all these 8 years they were destroyed. I want to emphasize that it is not individuals who think this way, but the entire military-political leadership of Ukraine has thought this way since 2014.

  6. Giving 33 billion in times of high inflation with people cannot afford to pay rent is crazy. You Americans have lost it.

  7. Not sure what anyone else thinks but there is no way the country and all of us in it can make it at this pace for three more years. We are seeing major, historic events occur almost daily and in real time too.

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