President Joe Biden is doing all he can to support Ukraine during Russia’s invasion. He has spoken out about standing with them, and today he put his money in his mouth. According to CNN, President Biden signed a $1.5 trillion spending bill, HR 2471, “Consolidated Spending Act, 2022.” Throughout September, the act funds federal operations.
The bill will allocate a fund of 13.6 USD to Ukraine to provide economic, military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Although reports suggest the bill is only one time, large sums go a long way. During today’s signing ceremony, the United States made it clear that it is urgently supporting the brave people of Ukraine. President Biden spoke to lawmakers at the White House during the signing, saying, “Today we once again showed the American people that as a nation we can pull together.” adjacent. Be Democrats and Republicans and independents, and do big things. ” He added, “That our democracy can deliver… and surpass autocratic regimes, and there is nothing we cannot do when we do it together as the United States of America. USA”.
CNN reported that the White House initially asked for $10 billion at the beginning of the month for the bill, but it was increased during last-minute negotiations. An estimated half of the aid will be used to deploy troops to the region and send defense equipment to Ukraine according to a summary of the bill prepared by the Supplier Appropriation Committee. If you think Moneybagg Joe is done, he’s not.
The President will travel to Brussels, Belgium, for the NATO summit on March 24. During the summit, he will meet with world leaders and discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In addition, he will take part in a meeting of the Council of Europe. The national leader will aim to reaffirm the United States’ commitment to its NATO allies, said White House press secretary Jen Psaki. Roommates, what do you think of the Unified Appropriations Act 2022?
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