"We'll see what's in the details of the bill, what we spend the money on and how we pay for it," the Arizona senator said.
"After reviewing the Senate Budget Committee's outline, I have told Senate leadership and President Biden that I support many of the goals in this proposal," Sinema said.
Schumer told senators to be prepared to work through the weekend and threatened to keep them in session until the previously scheduled August recess.
"Republicans, don't let the Radical Left play you for weak fools and losers," former President Donald Trump wrote in a statement.
Senators are hoping to finalize the nearly $1 trillion bill as early as Monday afternoon. Lawmakers are looking to pass the bill before Congress' August recess.
The Senate has blocked an effort to move forward on a massive infrastructure proposal, after Republicans said they needed more time on the $1.2 trillion plan.
"It's too important, you know, for us to rush the vote here for an arbitrary deadline," the Ohio Republican told CNBC.
The moderate West Virginia Democratic senator said "we're getting close" in reference to the bipartisan infrastructure plan.
President Joe Biden's infrastructure deal—tailored to a bipartisan plan to get U.S. Senate approval—faces pushback from progressive Democrats in the U.S. House.
"They want to get rid of [fossil fuel], and thinking that's going to clean up the global climate, it won't clean it up all. If anything, it would be worse," Manchin said.
The moderate Democratic senator said he was "very, very disturbed" by some provisions in the massive spending package.
"This framework would be the largest long-term investment in our nation's infrastructure and competitiveness in nearly a century," the group's letter said.
Electrify America and Electrify Canada are upping their plans to install more electric vehicle charging stations in the U.S., hitting the 10,000 mark by 2025.
The former president called on Republicans not to "allow our hard-earned tax reductions to be terminated."
"Thank the Lord, 18 more months of chaos and the inability to get stuff done," Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) said. "That's what we want."
Michael McCaul (R-TX) said he was worried Democrats were "going to expand health care and education, have nothing to do with infrastructure."
"President Biden...is anxious for this bill to pass and for him to sign it. And I look forward to being there when he does," said Manchin about the infrastructure legislation.
Ocasio-Cortez responded to Cassidy's earlier statement that physical infrastructure, such as bridges and roads, could be an issue for women because they are often the ones "taking the children to school" or "doing the shopping."
The New York congresswoman took aim at Republicans over their handling of talks on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan deal.
Republican support for the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework appears to be in jeopardy as criticism has mounted.
The Georgia Republican has taken aim at the funding for electric vehicles in the bipartisan infrastructure deal announced on Thursday.
Graham said Biden linking the bipartisan bill and reconciliation bill made him "look like a f***ing idiot now."
When asked if he would sign the infrastructure bill without the house reconciliation bill he is asking for "in tandem," Biden reiterated that he wants the two passed together, and said, "If this [the American Jobs Plan] is the only thing that comes to me, I'm not signing it."
Discussing President Joe Biden's "Build Back Better World" initiative presented at the G7 summit, the Council on Foreign Relations' David Sacks told Newsweek that, "on the one hand it's good that we do have a brand of our own, but the bad thing is that it's a terrible brand."
Biden announced Thursday that a deal was made on a $953 billion infrastructure package after weeks of negotiation.
"We came to an agreement on a plan that we have and we're just going to try to wrap it up tomorrow," Manchin told reporters.
"How do you go forward right now in this moment in history and not address the terrible climate crisis that we face and transform our energy system?" the Vermont progressive asked Sunday.