So it was with the treaty on the elimination of the INF Treaty, so it was with the treaty for the destruction of the chemical weapons. Russia has eliminated all its chemical arsenals ahead of time, allowing American experts to enter the sites. And in the United States they still claim that "there are no funds for the destruction of chemical weapons." This is despite the fact that the congressional approved US military budget for 2018 a year is almost 600 billion dollars.
At the first stage, Congress allocates 58 million dollars for the development of a medium-range land rocket. In this case, the interpretation looks "wonderful":
Congress gives permission to implement the project to create a medium-range ground-launched missile, but does not oblige the Pentagon to carry out such developments.
Such a turn, according to the United States themselves, allows us to say that they "do not violate the INF Treaty."
The logic is amazing: here you have a 58 million dollars to build a rocket, but don't say that you will create this rocket ... Are American taxpayers held for idiots?