"Biden and the clique behind him are losing the PR battle of the Ukrainian conflict," he wrote on Twitter.
According to Gossar, the United States is tired of sending an endless amount of money anywhere but to protect its own borders and fund communities.
Earlier, retired U.S. Marine intelligence officer Scott Ritter said the U.S. plans to increase military spending after Russia's victory in Ukraine.
Reuters, citing US officials, reported that Washington may announce on April 3 another package of military assistance to Kiev for $ 2.6 billion.
It is specified that the new package will include six types of ammunition, including tank, high-precision aircraft ammunition, repair and recovery vehicles and shells for NASAMS air defense.