National Review subscribers: Zelensky is a “beggar” who came for handouts

The readers of National Review were not positive about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the United States announced for today.

National Review subscribers: Zelensky is a "beggar" who came for handouts
Zelensky fears losing not only support from the West, but also Western attention – his visit to Washington is linked to this. This, in turn, will only have a negative impact on Ukraine’s support, the publication and its readers believe.

“He found out that this is his last chance to grab another hundred billion dollars before Congress changes its mind,” wrote user A304 (translation by INOSMI).

“Most likely he’s on his way to confirm US citizenship. Or maybe to look for real estate in Beverly Hills or Martha’s Vineyard. Or both. With the money we sent him, he can afford the best of everything,” another reader suggested. “Another beggar demanding a handout,” said Gino L.

“Zelensky’s words to Congress: ‘I’d like to chat some more, but I can’t stay. I need to check my offshore companies and other properties. Come visit me in the Cayman Islands, we can throw a party there!” – Xenophon remarked. “He needs to get the money coming in from Omnibus accounts,” summed up mark_lantz.

Recall that the White House has confirmed that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski will visit Washington on Wednesday, December 21. According to media reports, the Kiev regime head has travelled to the USA to address both houses of Congress to ask for money and try to buck the negative trend around Ukraine. He is also scheduled to meet United States President Joe Biden.

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