"My endorsement of Mitch McConnell at his request... brought him from one point down to 20 points up and he won his race," former President Donald Trump said.
"The voters are saying overwhelmingly they agree with what President Trump did in office," the chair of the Republican National Committee insisted.
McConnell has called the $1.9 trillion stimulus package passed by the House on Friday a "missed opportunity."
The Senate minority leader said after the House vote for the $1.9 trillion package "so much for common sense and common ground."
The Senate minority leader said his attention is on 2022 when asked about the future prospects of the former president.
"Republicans stuck by Trump no matter how bad he was for the party because they agreed with him," Meyers said in his Thursday night monologue.
The Senate minority leader has said that if the former president wins the GOP's 2024 presidential nomination, he will support him.
Schumer argues that the majority of Republican voters back Biden's stimulus plan but McConnell says the proposal is counterproductive for Americans.
The House of Representatives is expected to pass the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package this week.
The ex-president will make his first big speech since leaving the White House at CPAC 2021, which begins Thursday and features no prominent GOP Trump critics.
Even if Trump makes good on his promise to back candidates that support his America First agenda, strategists aren't confident Senate Republicans would toss McConnell out as a leader.
The Senate minority leader has faced the wrath of the former president in recent days, after stating the president held responsibility of the violence at the Capitol on January 6.
"Given that the county party that I represent supports President Trump overwhelmingly, and your complete and total disdain for the will of your constituents here in Nelson county I am formally demanding you immediately resign," Don Thrasher, the Nelson County GOP chairman, said.
The late-night host weighed in on the end of Donald Trump's second impeachment trial on Tuesday night, with special attention given to the Senate minority leader.
The former president recently unloaded on the Senate minority leader, after the Kentucky Republican made public criticisms of him in the wake of his second impeachment trial.
Following his break with the former president, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has seen his approval rating drop significantly among his own constituents.
The former president launched a scathing attack on the Senate minority leader, branding him a "dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack."
"We don't have a snowball's chance in hell of taking back the majority without Donald Trump," Senator Lindsey Graham said Tuesday.
"Frankly, the most dangerous was Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who took to the floor and essentially gave the Biden Justice Department cover to prosecute the president," GOP Florida Representative Matt Gaetz said.
"McConnell matched the Democrat offer of $2,000 stimulus checks with $600. How does that work? It became the Democrats' principal advertisement, and a big winner for them," Trump wrote.
In his first full statement since being impeached by the House, former President Donald Trump said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was "seriously hurting our Country."
The Senate minority leader voted for Donald Trump's acquittal, but he said there was "no question" that Trump was responsible for the Capitol riot.
The former president was acquitted in his second Senate trial, though Democrat lawmakers have suggested history will still reflect badly upon Donald Trump following the proceedings.
House Republican Matt Gaetz voted against impeaching Donald Trump last month.
"When you hear of armed, don't you think of firearms?" GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "How many firearms were confiscated? I'm only aware of one. If that was a planned armed insurrection, you really have a bunch of idiots."
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, a Democrat, has flexibility in picking a replacement under the current state law.
The poll found strong differences in feeling from Democrat and Republican voters, but they agreed that senators voted politically.
The Senate Minority Leader has said he would not hesitate to wade in if the former president endorses candidates that will endanger the party's chances of regaining control of the Senate.
The Ohio Republican said Trump's "inexcusable actions and words must be addressed" by the criminal justice system.