McConnell blasts Senate majority for failure to act

McConnell contrasted Democratic leadership in the Senate to Speaker John BoehnerJohn Boehner3 ways the next president can succeed on immigration reform Republican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman Dems to GOP: Help us fix ObamaCare MORE’s (R-Ohio) “hard work of governing” in the House. 

They are “working day and night to craft a bill that can pass the House and end the crisis now,” said McConnell.

"But what about over here in the Senate? Well, the contrast couldn't be starker," he continued. "Rather than working toward a solution ... the Democratic majority … has been wasting time rounding up 'no' votes to keep this crisis alive, rather than being responsibly and doing their duty.

“They have been busy signing people up for the not-good-enough caucus,” said McConnell.

The minority leader concluded by suggesting Democrats “start taking their responsibilities as a majority more seriously.”