Sen. Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerSchumer calls for Trump administration to appoint 'czar' to oversee family reunification Donald Trump Jr. headlines Montana Republican convention Montana's environmental lobby teams with governor to kill 600 jobs MORE (D-N.Y.) spoke after Ensign, and called Republicans' proposal a “scorched earth strategy” and a “Trojan horse.”

“We will not be fooled by it,” Schumer said.

Sen. Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsMigrants told they’ll be reunited with children if they sign voluntary deportation order: report Christie: Trump 'enormously ill-served' by DOJ on 'zero tolerance' policy 'Occupy ICE' protests emerge across the country MORE (R-Ala.) followed Schumer, and predicted that if spending is not cut immediately, the U.S. would face a credit crisis within one year.

“We are living in a fantasy world if we don’t think we can find $61 billion to reduce from the Obama budget,” Sessions said.

But Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) said Republicans’ plan would “mindlessly cut funding.”

The votes on both proposals are scheduled for around 4 p.m.