Biden signs $95 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan into law
04/26/2024 // Laura Harris // Views

President Joe Biden has now signed the $95.3 billion aid package assistance to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan after prolonged negotiations with Republicans in Congress.

The four-bill package, which received bipartisan support in the House with 311 votes in favor and 112 against, includes $60.8 billion in military aid for Ukraine. Approximately 80 percent of the allocated funds for Ukraine will be directed toward replenishing supplies of American weapons and ammunition and an additional $9.5 billion will go to providing support to the Ukrainian government in the form of a forgivable loan.

"We rose to the moment, we came together, and we got it done," Biden said during the announcement of the aid package's signing. "Now we need to move fast, and we are." (Related: EU agrees to provide $55 billion aid package for Ukraine as U.S. aid stalls.)

The aid package immediately allocates $1 billion in military assistance to Ukraine, with shipments heading to Europe just hours after the signing. This first shipment includes crucial military equipment such as air defense missiles, artillery rounds, armored vehicles and other weapons to bolster Ukrainian forces.

In addition to the aid for Ukraine, the bill also includes $26 billion in aid for Israel, $8 billion for the Indo-Pacific region – with most of this package going to Taiwan – and approximately $1 billion in humanitarian relief for Palestinians in Gaza. Biden stressed the importance of ensuring that humanitarian aid reaches Gaza promptly, calling on Israel to facilitate its delivery without delay.

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The package also includes a bill with potential ramifications for TikTok, the popular social media platform owned by Chinese parent company ByteDance, from app stores within the United States if the company fails to sell the app within nine months.

Greene files for a House-wide vote to oust Johnson after unsuccessfully derailing the bill package

The four-bill aid package went through months of negotiations and debates in the House of Representatives before it was finally voted on and signed by Biden.

A few days before the legislation of the bill, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) clashed with fellow Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and other GOP hardliners, including New York Reps. Nick Langworthy, Nicole Malliotakis, Elise Stefanik and Claudia Tenney, over government spending for Ukraine.

Johnson explained that the United States badly needed to pass this foreign aid package, which also assists Israel, Taiwan and other allies, because it was "a dangerous time" for Americans.

"Three of our primary adversaries, Russia, Iran and China are working together … and they’re a global threat to our prosperity and our security," he said. "Their advance threatens the free world, and it demands American leadership. If we turn our backs right now the consequences could be devastating. It’s an old military adage, but we would rather send bullets to the conflict overseas than our own boys, our troops."

In response to Johnson and his work with Democrats on government spending and support for foreign aid, Greene files a resolution for a House-wide vote to oust Johnson.

"This is the third betrayal of Mike Johnson," Greene said. "And then he did this b------- in here on the House floor, a foreign war package that does nothing for America. It's unbelievable. I'm thankful that America gets to see who this man is."

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