US President Joe Biden is preparing to address the nation (and allies) in the next few days, after Congress halted aid funding for Kiev. But the political wound inflicted by Republicans is bleeding, and their leader Donald Trump is rubbing salt in it tonight. “Why doesn’t that corrupt Joe Biden guarantee that Europe contributes $175 billion less to Ukraine than it paid compared to the United States?” is the harsh attack of the former president and candidate for re-election to the White House. Trump does not spare criticism for the Old Continent, and in fact repeats his plan to stop aid to Kiev: “Another double should not be spent until Europe equals the amount America spent defending Ukraine,” he shouts (literally). Entrepreneur on his social platform, the truth. A defect that, according to Trump, “harmed our military, our readiness, and significantly reduced our weapons stockpile.” With just over a year before the US presidential election, it is now increasingly clear to the authorities in Kiev what the greatest international threat to the stability of their forces in the war against Russia is.
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