Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s visit to Washington highlights a political divide in Congress over providing aid to Ukraine. President Biden is seeking an additional $24 billion in security and humanitarian aid for Ukraine, but Republican leaders disagree on how to proceed. Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy wants the aid to be debated as a standalone bill, while Senate leaders prefer combining it with other priorities like a short-term spending bill. The differing approaches could delay future rounds of American assistance to Ukraine. There is growing wariness among voters about continued support for Ukraine as Russia’s invasion becomes a costly war of attrition.