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  • Senate passes new $40 billion Ukraine aid bill, sends to Biden

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Pressure mounts on Biden administration ahead of Ukraine visit

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NBC’S Kristen Welker joins Sunday TODAY to discuss the impact of top-ranking U.S. officials Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin visiting Ukraine. Welker says the pressure is mounting on President Biden and his administration to deliver more military aid and for Biden to visit the war-torn country.

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