President Joe Biden rejected the latest Republican counteroffer on infrastructure during a Friday afternoon call with the lead GOP negotiator but agreed to connect with her again on Monday as talks drag on for at least another week to try and break the impasse on a bipartisan deal.

Biden spoke by phone with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito to continue their talks on whether there’s a path forward to reach a bipartisan framework since they remain far apart on the amount of new spending, how to pay for it and what even constitutes infrastructure. According to the White House, Republicans’ latest proposal included $50 billion in new spending “across a number of infrastructure programs,” but Biden communicated that it fell short of his economic and climate change priorities.