President Joe Biden reaffirmed America’s commitment to help Ukraine combat Russia’s invasion. He pledged another $800 million in security assistance to Ukraine.
More FBI agents took the stand at the Sussmann trial and confirmed they were led astray from the very start of their investigation into claims of Russia collusion with former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.
The Pentagon is closely monitoring Russia’s nuclear arsenal, but does not believe President Vladimir Putin will use nuclear weapons anytime soon.
The Pentagon warned Russia is likely gearing up to strengthen its assault on the Donbas region of Ukraine. Department of Defense spokesperson John Kirby said during a press conference on Monday, U.S. Intelligence has found Russia is trying to re-supply its troops to prepare for a push in Eastern Ukraine.
GOP lawmakers are decrying yet another massive spending proposal from the Biden administration. On the Senate floor Monday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) warned Joe Biden’s nearly $6 trillion budget proposal for fiscal year 2023 is just another far left wish list.
President Joe Biden unveiled a $5.8 trillion budget proposal for 2023 with a record increase in taxes. The White House released the budget proposal on Monday while asserting it’s an attempt to ensure “fiscal responsibility, safety and security” at home and abroad.
President Biden confirmed plans to commit more than $1 billion in humanitarian aid to help Ukrainians affected by the war as well as plans to allow up to 100,000 refugees affected by the war into the U.S. Arizona Senate candidate, Justin Olson joined OAN’s Alicia Summers to discuss the growing number of refugees.
With the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the U.S. defense budget appears to be an important topic for lawmakers, along with the economy as a whole. Government finance and inflation expert, Justin Olson joined OAN’s Alicia Summers discuss this and more.