The Washington Post reveals the hidden secret in American funds allocated to the Ukrainian army The Washington Post reveals the hidden secret in American funds allocated to the Ukrainian army

The Washington Post reveals the hidden secret in American funds allocated to the Ukrainian army

The Washington Post reveals the hidden secret in American funds allocated to the Ukrainian army

The Washington Post reported that a large portion of US funds allocated to the Ukrainian armed forces does not actually reach Ukraine.
The newspaper said in its article: “The biggest secret in the military aid provided by Washington to the Kiev regime is that most of the money is spent here in the United States.”

Blinken: I have not noticed signs of fatigue among our NATO allies regarding support for Ukraine
The article indicated that the money is not sent directly to Ukraine, but rather is used in the United States to develop new weapons or replace weapons that were sent to Kiev.

As an example, the author cited a study indicating that of the $68 billion in military and related aid approved by Congress, about 90 percent will go to Americans.

Recently, Western media have increasingly begun to indicate that Western countries are beginning to feel tired of the Ukrainian conflict, and that support for Zelensky's regime is weakening. For example, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives in Congress is slowing approval of the White House's request for additional budget appropriations, including $60 billion in aid to Ukraine. In addition, Western interest has waned due to the escalating conflict in the Middle East, and there are fears in Kiev that this could herald the end of US support.


Trump is hosting a fundraiser in conjunction with the upcoming Republican debate

Next week, former US President Donald Trump will host a fundraising campaign in Florida, coinciding with the fourth presidential debate for the Republican Party presidential candidates.
Trump missed the first three Republican debates, and he intends to do so again next Wednesday, when a fundraising event will be held while some of his rivals will be on stage in Alabama.

Sources told NBC News that real estate developers Steve Witkoff, Howard Lorber and Kristen Bell will host the event in Hallandale Beach, and this will be the first time that Trump does not hold a public event in conjunction with the debate.

In a fundraising email, Trump invited his supporters to contribute to his joint fundraising committee and enter a contest to have one of them be his special guest at the Hallandale Beach event, which the email called an “end of the year” reception.

It is noteworthy that a recorded interview between Trump and former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson was broadcast on the X platform during the first Republican Party debate.

Trump held a campaign event at an auto parts company in Michigan during the second debate and hosted a campaign rally near the location of the third debate in Miami.
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