It looks like President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better legislation will be pushed into next year as discussions with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., have failed to resolve his objections to the bill.

Manchin has expressed concerns about the cost of the bill’s programs. He doesn't want the bill's cost to exceed $1.75 trillion, CNN reported.

Build Back Better was proposed by Biden and contains funding for social services, welfare and COVID-19 aid. It also includes funds intended to minimize the threats of climate change.

As the Senate is evenly divided, Democrats accept that without Manchin's support, the bill cannot be passed before the end of the year.

“The situation points out that a 50-50 Senate is really problematic,” Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hi., said, as reported by The Hill. “It definitely enables one or two people to hold things up, so yes, I’m frustrated.”

It is unclear how Democrats hope to get Manchin on board, or how long it may take.