Rep. Steve Womack on Government Funding Talks
After attending a Republican meeting on the government funding deadline, Rep. Steve Womack (R-AR) said House Republicans need to be “practical,” explaining that Republicans have too slim of a majority and cannot get everything they want in negotiations with each other. When asked by a reporter about a possible bipartisan solution, he said Republicans were not ready to give up on their funding goals. He said GOP ideas were “all over the place” at the moment and was not confident that a shutdown could be avoided. The deadline to fund the government expires at 12:01am on Sunday. close
People in this video
- U.S. Capitol | News Media StakeoutU.S. Capitol | News Media Stakeout
More Videos From
House Republicans on Possible Government Shutdown
- Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Others on Government Funding Deadline
- House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Government Funding Negotiations
Rep. Mike Garcia on Government Funding Deadline
After attending a Republican meeting on the government funding deadline, Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA) said there was not…
Rep. Burchett on Government Funding Negotiations
Rep. Burchett (R-TN) spoke to reporters about negotiations to avoid a government shutdown.
Rep. Good on Government Funding Negotiations
Rep. Good (R-VA) talked about efforts to avoid a government shutdown at midnight eastern time.
Representative Bill Johnson on the Federal Budget
Representative Bill Johnson (R-OH), a member of the House Budget Committee, talked about the debate over federal…