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When five minutes passed, you didn't ask for $1 billion in help. Elon Musk mocks Zelensky

 


When five minutes passed

you didn't ask for $1 billion in help.

Elon Musk mocks Zelensky


US businessman Elon Musk mocked Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskiy

as "Memes" he posted on his social media account "X."


Musk posted a modified photo of Zelensky's face in a state of high emotion

which read "When five minutes pass you didn't ask for $1 billion in help".


This is not

the first time Musk has ridiculed Zelensky

as the US businessman last June commented

with a face emoji wearing single glasses (🧐)

on the Ukrainian president's decision to overturn the election in Ukraine.


Last October :

Elon Musk sent Vladimir Zelenskiy a message urging him to

avoid threatening the entire world because of the dispute with Russia

amid a series of tweet warfare between the two parties.


Last Friday

  • the US businessman supported a senator's demand to
  • the US government's short-term budget.


Musk supports

blocking financial assistance to

Ukraine from US government budget


US businessman Elon Musk supported a senator's demand to

block financial assistance to Ukraine from the US government's short-term budget.


In response to

Kentucky Senator Rind Paul's tweet on his "X"

("Twitter")

page that he would only support the U.S.

federal government's short-term budget if aid to

Ukraine was excluded from it, Musk wrote under the tweet:

"Bravo."

Rind Paul added that if the US leadership "insists on funding

the government of another state at the expense of

its own government, the responsibility for delaying

the budget lies with its intransigence.


Paul expressed outrage that the United States was sending

a "substantial part of the money" to Ukraine for its non-military expenses.



For its part :

CBS reported that American taxpayers' money was spent

not only on arms transfers to Ukraine but also on purchasing seeds

and fertilizers for Ukrainian farmers and paying salaries to

employees of Ukrainian bodies.


The US Congress

and the US administration have a final day of

action to agree on a short-term federal government budget

for the new fiscal year to prevent the next shutdown

which will have catastrophic consequences according to US President Joe Biden.