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The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to give $50 million to the U.S. military and the U,S.
Agency for International Development (USAID) to help rebuild the country after an oil-rich region in northern Iraq was destroyed by an Islamic State offensive.
The House voted 237-193 to authorize $50.5 billion for reconstruction and reconstruction assistance, which is the same amount as the government spent on the war in Iraq.
It is expected to be used to rebuild homes, schools, schools and infrastructure, including roads, power grids, bridges, and water systems.
But the measure will also include $10 billion for humanitarian aid and $20 billion for economic development and job creation, and the House also approved an amendment to add $10.5 million for education and $25 million for research.
Congress is set to take up the aid legislation Friday, the same day President Donald Trump will deliver a speech about the Iraq War.
Trump, a Republican, said the war had cost more than $4 trillion, and it would cost $50 trillion to rebuild.
Rep. Pete King, a Louisiana Republican, who chairs the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said he wanted the money to help pay for reconstruction, jobs, infrastructure, and to help Iraqis rebuild their lives.
“It’s time for the world to recognize the cost of our Iraq War, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that our country recovers and gets back to full health and full dignity,” King said in a statement.
“The U.N. is the best way to do this.”
Trump has called for an end to the war and has been sharply critical of Congress.
He said the United States was going to lose the war, which cost $1 trillion, because of its refusal to negotiate with the Iraqi government.
King said the aid bill, which will also increase funding for Iraq reconstruction, would be an opportunity for Congress to work together.
“The Congress will be able to work with the president to deliver this relief to Iraqis who need it most,” King, R-Texas, said in the statement.