Trump also took issue with McConnell's inability to persuade Senator Joe Manchin to join the Republican Party.
"Had Mitch McConnell fought for the Presidency like he should have, there would right now be Presidential Vetoes on all of the phased Legislation that he has proven to be incapable of stopping," Trump wrote.
According to a story in The Atlantic, Mitch McConnell told then-Attorney General William Barr that he was the "only one" who could speak the truth on the election claim frauds.
Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 election became a "clown show," his former Attorney General said.
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."
In the wake of personal controversies surrounding Scott Cawthon, the "Five Nights at Freddy's Developer" has posted an official retirement message on his website.
Seven Republican senators reintroduced the Save American History Act on Monday, which Tuberville says will allow schools to "encourage the open debate of ideas and teach important morals to our students."
Democrats have called for Barr and his predecessor as attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to testify under oath.
"Well, we'd have to wait and see what happens," McConnell said when asked if a GOP-controlled Senate would advance a Biden Supreme Court pick in 2023.
Manchin penned an op-ed in the Charleston Gazette-Mail last week, which explained bluntly "why I'm voting against the For the People Act."
Fans discovered that the animator donated to several Republican candidates and campaign groups in 2020.
"Unfortunately Mitch McConnell, with what he was doing, hurt us very, very badly in Georgia," the former president said.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ripped the Biden administration on Wednesday for cutting off infrastructure negotiations with U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, who has had multiple conversations directly with the president in recent days to try to hash out an agreement that GOP lawmakers.
"One thing this legislation did demonstrate extremely well... was that the rules of the Senate don't stand in the way of bipartisan legislating," McConnell said Tuesday.
"There's no threat to the voting rights law," the Senate minority leader said.
A Senate bill gets bipartisan support in order to boost research and development of science in the U.S. to keep in competition with China. GOP senators still worry about the funding of the bill.
"Manchin is not pushing us closer to bipartisanship. He is doing the work of the Republican Party by being an obstructionist, just like they've been since the beginning of Biden's presidency," Bowman told CNN.
Rudy Giuliani's "very favorable" rating among GOP voters was also nearly double Kevin McCarthy's in a new YouGov/Economist poll.
"I kind of look at this and just say to myself, 'where do you go from here, what do you say next to the American people?'" Michael Steele said.
On Friday, 35 GOP Senators blocked a bill that was passed in the Democratic-led House that sought to form a bipartisan commission to investigate the events of Capitol riot.
"It looks to me right now like the American people might never find out the truth," the former Republican New Jersey governor said.
The Alaska senator is one of three Republicans set to support the probe into the storming of the U.S. Capitol.
"You know, usually I'm staying in the background and I just couldn't, I couldn't stay quiet anymore," Gladys Sicknick told reporters
Greene has been widely condemned for her comments comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.
The Kentucky senator joins a growing list of members of Republicans speaking out against Greene's comments.
Leaders of Congress in both parties are condemning the controversial Georgia GOP congresswoman who compared COVID-19 mask mandates to requirements put on Jewish people during the Holocaust.
Although GOP leaders have opposed the commission, 35 House Republicans voted with Democrats to establish the commission last week.
The Republican senator's remarks are at odds with those of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who previously said "there's no good argument not to get the vaccination."
Acosta criticized congressional Republicans who voted against the bipartisan commission into the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, saying they were acquiescing to the former president's demands.