Sen. Lindsey Graham referred to the relief bill as a "liberal wishlist" and suggested it's because Chuck Schumer suggested it wasn't.

Specifically, Graham was quoted saying, "the reason I know [the bill] is a liberal wishlist is because Senator Schumer said 15 times yesterday... that it wasn't."

WATCH Graham in action:



Just recently they voted to 51-50 to move the relief bill to the next stage. VP Kamala Harris cast the tie-breaking vote.

The Hill reported:

“The Senate is going to move forward with the bill. No matter how long it takes, the Senate is going to stay in session to finish the bill this week,” Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said from the Senate floor on Thursday ahead of the vote.

Thursday's vote comes after a delay on getting the green light from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) ensuring that the Senate's bill, which largely reflects the House measure, complied with reconciliation rules, a budget process that is allowing them to bypass a 60-vote filibuster.

In an expected change, the Senate's version of the coronavirus bill strips out language increasing the minimum wage to $15 per hour and lowers the cutoff for receiving stimulus checks to $80,000 for individuals and $160,000 for couples.