As it became clear that a new budget would be depleted by the end of the year due to the failure to approve a new budget in the US Congress over military assistance to Ukraine, President Biden said, 'We cannot let President Putin win,' and strongly urged Congress to respond quickly.
The Biden administration in the United States has made it clear that it will run out by the end of the year unless Congress approves a new budget over military support for Ukraine, which continues to be invaded by Russia.
President Biden held a press conference on the 6th and said, "The reason why President Putin has not been able to take control of Ukraine is because we support him."
"We can't let President Putin win, and I want you to think about what the rest of the world will do if we don't support him," he said, emphasizing the role of the United States, the largest donor to Ukraine, and urging Congress to approve the budget before the year-end recess.
In October, the Biden administration requested an emergency budget of more than $10 billion from Congress to support Ukraine and Israel, but the opposition party and the Republican Party said that the condition was to strengthen border control with Mexico.
At the press conference, President Biden also indicated that he would make some concessions to the Republican side over border control, but it is unclear whether it will lead to a breakthrough in the situation.