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Biden Encourages Allies to Provide Ukraine With Aid During UN Speech

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Biden Encourages Allies to Provide Ukraine With Aid During UN Speech

Biden Encourages Allies to Provide Ukraine With Aid During UN Speech

Biden Encourages Allies , to Provide Ukraine With Aid During UN Speech.

President Joe Biden addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Sept.

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He implored allies to remain steadfast in their support for Ukraine while Russia is hopeful that nations will grow "weary" of the conflict.

If you allow Ukraine to be carved up, is the independence of any nation secure?

I respectfully suggest the answer is no, President Joe Biden, via statement.

Although Biden previously vowed to help Ukraine for "as long as it takes," recent polls show that Americans' support for Ukrainian aid is starting to wane, NBC News reports.

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Although Biden previously vowed to help Ukraine for "as long as it takes," recent polls show that Americans' support for Ukrainian aid is starting to wane, NBC News reports.

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Only 48% of Americans want to keep helping Ukraine, as opposed to 62% last year, a CNN poll found.

The sentiment is likely due to the economic pressures people are feeling in the U.S. Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky are scheduled to meet at the White House on Sept.

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Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky are scheduled to meet at the White House on Sept.

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Biden wants Congress to consider providing Ukraine another $24 billion in aid.

Ultimately, Biden understands that time is short.

I don’t think he can sustain the level of funding for much longer.

, Former Biden administration official, via NBC News.

That’s why you’re seeing Zelensky [coming to] the White House.

It’s all about keeping the pressure up, Former Biden administration official, via NBC News


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