The minority leader said businesses should "stay out of politics."
"Needs to be way bigger," the progressive congresswoman said, adding that the money is spread out over 10 years, while the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is for this year alone, with some provisions lasting two years.
The bill has the backing of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, the 79-year-old who in November was elected to his seventh term in the Senate.
Trump encouraged Americans to get the vaccine earlier this month. But a recent study shows that nearly half of Republican men don't plan on getting vaccinated.
Republican legislatures across the country have introduced bills that would make it more difficult to vote.
World Cup champion Rapinoe has been a leader in the U.S. women's national soccer team's fight for equal pay.
The Republican Senate Minority Leader said the White House is "not interested in doing anything on a bipartisan basis."
The Kentucky senator accused the Biden administration of harming jobs by deciding to revoke the pipeline's permit.
The Senate minority leader said on a podcast that Democrats might find post-filibuster, GOP lawmakers wouldn't agree "even on the simplest things."
Proponents of D.C. statehood argue that the predominantly Black and nearly 700,000-person region should have a say in the policies that affect it.
Former President Donald Trump said it would be "catastrophic" for the Republican Party if the Senate filibuster is eliminated.
In a new interview, former President Donald Trump said the GOP needed "better leadership" than Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and warned his perceived in-party adversaries about the value of his endorsement.
Nuking the Senate filibuster would both undermine our political order and be politically shortsighted for Democrats.
"Imagine a world where every single task requires a physical quorum of 51 senators on the floor—and, by the way, the vice president doesn't count," the Senate Minority Leader wrote.
The ex-president seems calm, friends say, but he's busy making plans to defeat "disloyal" Republicans in 2022.
The president hopes that Americans' lives can get back to normal in time for Independence Day celebrations.
A majority of Republican voters said they'd "definitely" vote for Trump in 2024.
"With all this razor wire around the complex, it reminds me of my last visit to Kabul. This is the Capitol of the United States of America," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said of the building's security walls.
"Do we need some changes? We probably do," McConnell said, adding, "it looks terrible to have the beacon of our democracy surrounded by razor wire."
McConnell's favorability rating is far closer to Trump's unfavorability rating (24 percent) among Republican voters.
The Senate majority leader criticized his Republican counterpart after he branded the president's COVID-19 relief plan "very liberal and purely partisan."
A report said that Chao had used her office's staff to conduct personal tasks and promote a shipping business owned by her father and sisters that does extensive business in China.
The Senate Minority Leader also predicted that Senate Democrats will unite and pass Biden's $1.9 trillion bill soon.
The Senate minority leader said that raising the minimum wage is "worth discussing," suggesting a consensus is emerging that an increase should happen.
"Many members of Congress have to stand in long lines to enter the chamber going through metal detectors, emptying our pockets and being treated very disrespectfully," Greene said.
"It is my hope that at the end, Senate Republicans will unanimously oppose it just like House Republicans did," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The Senate minority leader, who is now serving his seventh term, laughed at Trump's claim when questioned by a reporter.
Republicans continue to criticize the Democrats' relief plans, taking issue with the reconciliation process being used to push them through.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee would "absolutely" back Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski during the 2022 midterm election season, McConnell said Monday.
The Florida Republican doubled down in dismissing the GOP's divisions over former president Donald Trump.