The federal government is expected to default on its debts by January 28 unless an agreement is reached.
The CNN anchor said Democrats had been "outmaneuvered" by the Senate minority leader, as he questioned the balance of the Supreme Court.
"This is to pay for things already authorized," Fox News host Trace Gallagher explained to Wyoming Senator John Barrasso.
"What a shame," the former president said of McConnell's decision to support the infrastructure bill. "That guy should resign as the leader."
"I don't make my decision on legislation based on whether it hurts or helps Donald Trump," the North Dakota lawmaker said.
"We must never forget what the Democrats have done, at the highest level of evil," Trump said in a statement.
"The Old Broken Crow has to be willing to play this hand, not like last time when he folded up like a cheap umbrella," Trump wrote about McConnell.
House Democrats passed the Build Back Better bill Friday morning after the House minority leader yielded the floor just after 5 a.m.
The top Senate Minority Leader also doubled down on defending his decision to vote for President Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch has called on conservatives to focus on the future, not the past—echoing comments made by Chris Christie and Mitch McConnell.
Former President Donald Trump has slammed McConnell as an "Old Crow" for backing the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.
Congressional Republicans who helped pass the infrastructure bill remain split over whether to attend Biden's signing ceremony on Monday.
The Georgia Republican representative also called GOP lawmakers who supported the bipartisan bill "traitorous."
McConnell won't attend Biden's signing ceremony, but he's happy the infrastructure package passed.
McConnell has said Republicans shouldn't make the 2020 election an issue in the upcoming 2022 midterms.
The former president referred to Senate Minority Leader as an "old crow" for supporting a bipartisan plan, which has finally received approval.
The Senate Minority Leader was one of 19 Republican senators who voted in favor of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan package.
The former president has made many disparaging comments about his fellow Republican in recent months.
"Eisenhower's interstate system should be torn up or else the commies will be able to conveniently drive!" the Ilinois Republican congressman quipped.
The House Speaker said Sunday a tax on billionaires' unrealized capital gains "doesn't produce that much money."
According to recent polls, Trump is nearly twice as popular among Republicans than McConnell.
Polls have consistently shown that Republican voters favor Trump for the party's 2024 presidential nomination.
"The Senate is designed to stop bad ideas and purely partisan proposals while helping truly necessary and bipartisan bills become law," McConnell wrote.
"If this doesn't pass soon, we look forward to seeing him in the Texas primary," the former president threatened.
"It got to the point where senators on both sides were pleading for leadership to fill the void and protect our citizens. I stepped up," McConnell said.
The minority leader's critics are howling that he allowed Democrats to delay reconciliation until December. But he's playing the long game—as always.
"They wouldn't have been able to do anything," Trump said of McConnell's deal with Democrats. ""He had the weapon and he was unable to use it."
The U.S. Senate has formally agreed to avert a looming debt crisis—but just for two months.
"It gives us some breathing room from the catastrophic default we were approaching," White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters.