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Biden Yells At Press To ‘Hush Up A Second,’ Tells Zelenskyy He’s Got $200 Million More For Ukraine

via GOP War Room on Youtube
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President Joe Biden announced the US is sending $200 million in military aid to Ukraine during a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The aid includes various hardware and ammunition.

Biden has proposed a $110 billion aid package for Ukraine, but it’s facing opposition in Congress, particularly from Republicans linking it to immigration policy changes. (Trending: Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church)

“Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!”, exclaimed Biden.

“Hush up a second, OK?”, he demanded.

According to Fox News, “the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, high-speed anti-radiation missiles, anti-armor systems, artillery rounds, missiles, demolition munitions, 4 million rounds of small arms ammunition, generators and other equipment and spare parts.”

“Holding Ukraine funding hostage in an attempt to force through an extreme, Republican, partisan agenda is not how it works,” scolded Biden, according to The New York Times.

Adding, “We need real solutions.”

“Putin is banking on the United States failing to deliver for Ukraine,” claimed Biden.

During the news conference, Zelenskyy said Russia has “failed thus far in wiping Ukraine from the map” and indicated he is aware Ukraine must demonstrate battlefield success.

Biden reportedly said his conversations with GOP leadership was “more than positive, but we know we need to separate words from results.”

Zelenskyy emphasized the need for battlefield success and dismissed the idea of giving up territory to end the war.

Zelenskyy said, “That is insane, to be honest,” when he was asked if he was willing to surrender land to Russia to end the war.

Meanwhile, Senate negotiators are working on finding a path forward for the aid package.

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