Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Wherever You Listen Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts. This week, Joe Biden visited Kyiv to mark the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion, and promised more American support for Ukraine. Although the United States has approved tens of billions of dollars of aid for Ukraine, largely with bipartisan support, the war is increasingly a focus in U.S. domestic politics, with some congressional Republicans and the Florida governor, Ron DeSantis, raising objections. The staff writers Susan B. Glasser, Jane Mayer, and Evan Osnos gather for their weekly conversation, discussing how the war has upended expectations and may also upend American politics, as the far right and far left appear to be coming together in opposition to U.S. support for Ukraine. Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreEmailTelegramWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Post navigation The Pandemic at Three: Who Got It Right? What a Sixty-Five-Year-Old Book Teaches Us About A.I.