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The Biden administration’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, was grilled by CNN on Sunday after the Pentagon revealed that the U.S. made at least a $3 billion accounting error in valuing the weapons that it has sent to Ukraine.
“There was this very bizarre admission from the Pentagon this week of an accounting error that suggested that the U.S. has at least $3 billion that it didn’t know it had that it can use for Ukraine aid,” CNN anchor Jake Tapper said.
“That’s a hell of an accounting error. And it provides a lot of fodder to critics of U.S. aid to Ukraine and critics who say there’s not enough oversight going on. Are you concerned about this accounting error?” Tapper asked Sullivan.
WATCH Sullivan’s response below:
Jake Sullivan on the Pentagon’s $3 billion “accounting error” over Ukraine aid: “That is not money that went out the door and disappeared. That is not a waste of that $3 billion.” pic.twitter.com/b8s2BJE1JG
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 21, 2023
Meanwhile, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) had something to say about it as well:
The Pentagon made a $3 BILLION accounting error in valuing U.S. weapon aid to Ukraine.
“…Our national interest…is not in continuing to throw money at [Ukraine]. We need to be focused on our borders; we need to be focused on our economy; & we need to be focused on China.” pic.twitter.com/UVZICyRWzJ
— Senator Hawley Press Office (@SenHawleyPress) May 19, 2023
Biden national security adviser pressed on $3 billion mistake in Ukraine aid: ‘Hell of an accounting error’ https://t.co/O7X8aAeFJg
— Fox News (@FoxNews) May 22, 2023
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