CNN reported on Tuesday that the Office of Management and Budget took its first official action to withhold military aid from Ukraine just hours after Donald Trump spoke to Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.
According to CNN, a House Budget Committee summary of OMB documents shows that a withholding letter for Ukrainian aid was filed on the evening of July 25th, the same day that Trump spoke to Zelensky about Urkaine investigating former Vice President Joe Biden.
“That withholding letter… was signed by a career OMB official,” reports CNN. “But the next month, OMB political appointee Michael Duffey signed letters taking over the decision to withhold both the Pentagon and State Department aid to Ukraine from the career official.”
You can read more on the report HERE.
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