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WATCH: Zelenskyy Demands Even More…Congress Laughs


The United States government is prepared to give an additional $45 billion in aid to Ukraine.

U.S. taxpayers have already funded the current proxy war with Russia to the tune of over $55 billion, although it is hard to keep track of all the money going over there—it may be more at the time of this writing.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy recently appeared before Congress and stated:


Conservative pundits and representatives were quick to push back against sending more money to Ukraine as part of the proposed omnibus bill.

Rep. Dan Bishop points out some line items of concern:

The Main Wire attempts to breakdown just how much has been sent to Ukraine:

According to Kiel, the U.S. has transferred military and non-military aid worth $54.43 billion to the government of Ukraine.

The database Kiel has maintained is by far the most granular and detailed accounting of what the U.S. government has provided to Ukraine, including descriptions of the individual batches of military equipment. 

Kiel’s estimated $54.43 billion plus the White House’s new request for $37 billion would bring the total cost of U.S. involvement in Ukraine to $91,430,000,000.


The Associated Press reports:

Zelenskyy has — almost daily — addressed various parliaments and international organizations by video and he has sent his wife to foreign capitals to drum up assistance.

On Tuesday, he made a daring and dangerous trip to what he called the hottest spot on the 1,300-kilometer (800-mile) front line, the city of Bakhmut in Ukraine’s contested Donetsk province.

In a video released by his office from the Bakhmut visit, Zelenskyy was handed a Ukrainian flag and alluded to delivering it to U.S. leaders.


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