By Jason Millman - 04/06/11 07:08 PM EDT
“I thought by now there would be many more members of this conference, and I don’t see it coming together that way.”
King accused President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidBlack Caucus demands Flint funding from GOP Report: Intelligence officials probing Trump adviser's ties to Russia White House preps agencies for possible shutdown MORE (D-Nev.) of rooting for a government shutdown, claiming that healthcare reform funding would keep flowing if Congress agrees on a spending bill.
“That is the bitter irony of this scenario, and it’s one of the reasons why Harry Reid and Barack ObamaBarack ObamaWATCH LIVE: Obama speaks at African American Museum opening Obama talks racial tension at African-American museum opening Trump in 2011: Clintons ‘have done so much’ for blacks MORE don’t care if there’s a government shutdown,” King said. “It doesn’t shut down their ObamaCare agenda.”