In April, 10 House Republicans voted against a bill allowing the Biden administration to more easily lend military equipment to Ukraine.
The following month, 57 House Republicans voted "no" on a nearly $40 billion aid package for Ukraine.
Ukraine has repeatedly defied expectations since Russia launched its unprovoked invasion, delivering a blow to the Russian military's prestige.
Congressional Republicans like Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene have echoed these sentiments in their criticism of US assistance to Ukraine.
There are some in Kyiv who believe that US support to Ukraine will continue regardless of which party controls Congress.
Russia has also ramped up missile and drone attacks against civilian areas while destroying key infrastructure across Ukraine.
"People think that what happens in Kyiv is decided either in Moscow or Washington or Brussels, or maybe Beijing. »