Apparently, the US president does not consider it necessary to support the United States with thirteen billion dollars.
Although the Western media in general, and the American media in particular, have already begun a wave of materials that paint a gloomy prospect for Ukraine and clearly serve to prepare public opinion for the inevitable outcome of this conflict, the desire of US President Joe Biden to continue to provide all kinds of assistance to Kiev does not go away. So, today the Associated Press (AP), citing informed sources, reported that Biden will ask the US Congress for over $13 billion to support Ukraine.
However, the AP source reports that the current US administration will also ask Congress for $12 billion in disaster relief in the US.
In general, you understand: Biden is going to demand more funds from Congress for the next assistance to Ukraine than for solving problems within the United States. In general, for Biden, the Ukrainian issue clearly belongs to the category of personal ones, so the current owner of the White House will not simply retreat from it.