Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerIt's time for McConnell to fight with Trump instead of against him How Republicans can bring order out of the GOP's chaos Republican donor sues GOP for fraud over ObamaCare repeal failure MORE (R-Ohio) has told President Obama he sees no need for the meeting. 

“The Speaker has told the White House he sees no need to go to Camp David this weekend," John BoehnerJohn BoehnerIt's time for McConnell to fight with Trump instead of against him How Republicans can bring order out of the GOP's chaos Republican donor sues GOP for fraud over ObamaCare repeal failure MORE spokesman Michael Steel said in a statement. 

A senior administration official told The Hill on Thursday that there are no plans for a Camp David meeting for now.

"The talks have been and for next couple days will be here at the White House," the official said. "If we have different plans, we'll let people know, but there are currently no plans for that."

Negotiations are scheduled to continue at the White House on Thursday with a 4:15 p.m. meeting. Wednesday evening's discussions turned tense, with Obama scolding House Majority Leader Eric CantorEric CantorEx-RNC spokesman: After Trump remarks how can I tell minorities to vote GOP Kelly’s challenge? Bringing stability to Trump White House Special interests hide behind vets on Independence Day MORE (R-Va.) and then leaving the room.

Obama has called legislators to meet with him every day to reach a deal ahead of an Aug. 2 deadline, after which the Treasury Department says the U.S. economy will default unless the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling is increased.