The war of attrition threatens to drag on for months or years amid debate over a massive influx of U.S. weapons.
The 147 donations came as Congress was debating a package for roughly $40 billion of aid to Ukraine.
Both sides seem to be fixated on gaining military and territorial victories over diplomacy.
After his gaffe, Bush joked about his invasion of Iraq, which resulted in more than 1 million Iraqi deaths.
The remarks come amid mounting fears that the West’s response to Russia’s invasion could spiral into direct conflict.
The Ukrainian president’s comments came as negotiations remained at a standstill and as weapons continue to pour in.
It’s within our power to end the hideous experiment we are so enthusiastically committed to, if we have the moral will.
Military escalation serves the war profiteers, not the people of Ukraine.
A U.S. pivot to pursuing a diplomatic resolution in Ukraine might help avoid a prolonged and grueling war of attrition.
The U.S. appears dedicated to the grotesque experiment of seeing if Putin will destroy Ukraine or slink away in defeat.