King: CR last chance to defund healthcare reform

“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 Mason ReidMcConnell warns Democrats not to change filibuster rule Filibuster reform gains steam with Democrats The Hill's Morning Report - Trump wants executive order on policing; silent on pending bills 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 Hussein ObamaThe four China strategies Trump or Biden will need to consider Largest Democratic PAC portrays Trump as strongman in bilingual Florida ad Larry Hogan's hopes MORE don’t care if there’s a government shutdown,” King said. “It doesn’t shut down their ObamaCare agenda.”