NASA, which is in the hands of Jim Bridenstine, will have a little Russian use of space resources. According to Washington Post, NASA is currently considering the possibility of opening an international space station visit to private visitors. In the past, similar projects have brought a lot of revenue to the Russian space industry (many private companies are currently taking this route too), and NASA is apparently atypical for NASA.
However, a paid-space tour is only a draft, and whether it can be implemented, it must still be approved by an advisory committee (NASA is already supported by an advisory group). In addition, NASA is still considering opening approval for astrological advertising, the name of the space capsule, and allowing astronauts to conduct private business activities at a space station, etc. That shows that their exploration of commercialization is still very warm.