(Worthy News) – Congress will have allocated nearly $100 billion in total to the Ukraine war once the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill is signed into law.
President Biden and the Democrat-led Congress have appropriated about $48 billion for Ukraine since the Russian invasion began in February. That figure does not count the $45 billion in the massive spending bill that the Senate passed Thursday ahead of a Friday deadline, when the week-long temporary government funding bill Congress passed last week expires.
The Council on Foreign Relations has reported that as of mid-December U.S. spending on the Ukraine war stood at about $48 billion, which included humanitarian, financial, and military support. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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