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Trump stated he was ready to get European international locations to pay their truthful share to NATO and the Biden administration ought to do the similar.

Former US President Donald Trump in a press release slammed the United States for working to present greater than USD 40 billion in help to Ukraine amid Russia’s particular navy operation and urged Europe to do extra to cope with its regional issues.

“Why are we giving more than USD 40 Billion to Ukraine while Europe, by comparison, is giving very little, and they are greatly more impacted by a Russian invasion, obviously, than the US,” Trump stated in a press release on Thursday.

Trump stated he was ready to get European international locations to pay their truthful share to NATO and the Biden administration ought to do the similar.

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Trump added that China and others are “smiling all the way to the bank” with respect to the billions of {dollars} the United States is sending to Ukraine since February.

The United States can have approved roughly USD 60 billion in whole for Ukraine in recent times if the USD 40 billion Ukraine aid invoice passes the Senate subsequent week.

US Senator Rand Paul stated earlier on Thursday that solely the prime 5 international locations in the world spend greater than USD 60 billion on navy expenditures and the determine nearly equals that spent by Russia.

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The United States can have to borrow the money from China so as to give it to Ukraine, the Republican senator added.

The USD 60 billion whole is greater than that spent on most cancers analysis or collected in gasoline taxes, and exceeds the budgets of the Department of Homeland Security and Energy Department, Paul stated.


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