U.S. President Joe Biden voiced his fury with Saudi Arabia over OPEC+ oil production cuts Tuesday, accusing the kingdom of allying itself with Russia and vowing to engage with U.S. lawmakers clamoring to punish Riyadh.

"There’s going to be some consequences for what they’ve done, with Russia,” Biden said in an interview with CNN.

The president added that he believes it’s time for the U.S. to rethink its relationship with Saudi Arabia. But he and senior administration officials also conceded that a legislative plan to retaliate was unlikely to materialize until after November’s midterm elections, underscoring the complex calculations the U.S. faces as it weighs a longtime partnership that has quickly soured.