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LIST: 10 countries receiving the most foreign aid from the US

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On Monday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Jeff Fisher and Keith Malinak discussed how much money the United States spends on foreign aid to countries across the globe.

In this clip, Congressman Thomas Massey from Kentucky tweeted a chart from with a breakdown by country.

According to USAID, Afghanistan receives the most aid from the United States, followed by Iraq coming in a close second. Here is the breakdown of the top ten countries receiving the most assistance from the U.S.:

  1. Afghanistan: $5.7 billion
  2. Iraq: $3.7 billion
  3. Israel: $3.2 billion
  4. Jordan: $1.5 billion
  5. Egypt: $1.5 billion
  6. Ethiopia: $1.1 billion
  7. Kenya: $1.1 billion
  8. South Sudan: $924 million
  9. Syria: $891 million
  10. Nigeria: $ 852 million
What else
According to the chart, the U.S. gives foreign aid both North Korea and the Ukraine. North Korea receives $3.5 million while Ukraine receives $507 million in aid, annually.

To view the full list of foreign aid the world receives from the U.S., watch the video below.

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