“Biden’s speech was short and powerful, lasting only fifteen minutes, but he delivered it with great passion and conviction,” said American correspondent Bjorn Sonnens. “He was able to link Israel and Ukraine as threats to democracy and threats to the world. If we allow terrorism and dictators to continue, America is in trouble and the democratic system is at risk.he said.”
A solid argument for what his real request to Congress is: more support for Israel and Ukraine. “Biden didn’t specify the total amount, but he already talked about $14 billion (about 13.2 billion euros) in emergency aid to Israel and $60 billion (about 56.7 billion euros) to Ukraine,” says Sonnens. These are significant amounts, and Biden went out of his way to avoid potential criticism.
“You might think we give money or weapons, but no, we don’tBiden said. We need that money to protect ourselves. Now we supply our arms to those countries but we need to replenish our supplies to defend ourselves. And it’s all made in the USA. It is manufactured here. Biden immediately sent a message to critics: It’s not even bad for the economy,” Sonnens said.
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