Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
While consistently demanding that Congress send more taxpayer dollars to fund Ukraine’s war effort, it turns out that the Biden administration has intensive concerns about the level of corruption under President Volodymyr Zelensky’s leadership.
A confidential memo from the State Department reveals that the Biden administration has concerns that the level of corruption in Ukraine could result in Western allies distrusting the Zelensky administration and deciding to no longer back it, or the war.
It also reveals that, as the White House is pushing to remedy corruption, they don’t want to be too public about it lest that result in less support both at home and among European allies for the war effort. Many Republicans in the House of Representatives oppose further funding for the war, and have insisted that no more money go to that cause.
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