Senate Republicans won’t vote for legislation to raise the debt limit if President Joe Biden and Democrats try to “ram” through a $3.5 trillion spending and tax reform proposal, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is warning.

Democrats plan to use the budget reconciliation process to advance a sweeping spending bill without GOP votes, but McConnell on Thursday pushed back, The Hill reported.

“Let me make something perfectly clear: If they don’t need or want our input, they won’t get our help,” he said, The Hill reported. “They won’t get our help with the debt limit increase … that these reckless plans will require.”