Trump-endorsed Senate candidates including Adam Laxalt and J.D. Vance also attacked their Democratic opponents who supported the bill.
Sweden's ruling party have opposed military alignment in the past, but pressure from Finland, a key ally, helped sway their position on Sunday.
"He wasn't believing history. He wasn't logical," Canada's ambassador to Ukraine Larisa Galadza said Sunday about the Russian president.
U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Kristina Kvien said Sunday that since Putin "lost a significant part of his military," she's not too "sure what sort of threat" he poses.
The U.S. state sponsor of terrorism label is one of the most prominent diplomatic sanctions that is currently given to just four countries.
Countries seeking NATO membership need the unanimous approval of those already in the alliance.
Mikhail Kasyanov said Friday that he believes Putin was "misled" by advisers about the state of Russian forces and how long an invasion would take.
Ukrainian officials said Saturday a Russian soldier told his mother in an intercepted call that his commander "shot himself in the leg" to get out of the war.
The Georgia Republican tweeted Saturday that "our highest ranking leaders would not be able to" visit Ukraine if conditions warranted more military aid.
Indiana Rep. Jim Banks suggested the money from the $40 billion aid package for Ukraine should be sent to Americans instead.
A new deck of cards will help Ukrainian soldiers identify suspected Russian war criminals as they pass the time playing cards.
The trial for the Russian soldier accused of shooting a civilian began Friday in Kyiv. Prosecutors are confident of their case.
The Kremlin has continuously insisted that Putin is in good health.
The GOP senator blocked a fast-tracked vote for a new Ukrainian assistance package, saying NATO allies "need to step up."
The Russians are instead relying on cruise missiles, said Valeriy Zaluzhnyy, commander in chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Noam Chomsky said Ukraine's requests for heavy weapons is a narrative concocted by the "Western propaganda system."
Dozens of congressional Republicans have repeatedly voted against funding for Ukrainian assistance.
Finland "is a sovereign state and makes independent decisions on its security and defense," the country's foreign ministry said in a statement to Newsweek.
Ukrainian counterattacks continue to push Russian troops back. Sweden and Finland consider NATO membership amid Russian threats. Live updates have ended.
More Americans now believe the U.S. is doing too much to help Ukraine in its fight against the Russian invasion.
The former Russian president wrote on Telegram how there would be dire global consequences to the sanctions imposed on Russia.
"We are exposing and targeting the shady network propping up Putin's luxury lifestyle and tightening the vice on his inner circle," Liz Truss, the UK foreign secretary, said.
Moscow vowed to retaliate after Helsinki declared its intentions to join NATO and could cut gas off on Friday, according to Finnish media.
Residents are stocking up on food and preparing for a potential conflict with Russia, which shares a more than 800-mile border with the Nordic country.
Paul defended his decision to block a fast-tracked vote on Ukraine aid and warned about "fiscal insanity."
The Russian deputy ambassador to the United Nations said the Kremlin's position on Ukraine's desire to join the bloc changed last month.