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October 7th, 2013
06:04 AM ET

Boehner Vows No Deal On Budget Or Debt Limit Without Spending Talks With Obama

As the partial shutdown of the federal government enters its seventh day Monday, the countdown to a government debt default drops to ten days.

A default is widely regarded as a much bigger economic disaster than the shutdown of non-essential services. President Barack Obama has demanded that Congress raise the debt ceiling, and avoid default, without conditions.

But House Speaker John Boehner said Sunday there will be no debt limit increase, and no end to the partial shutdown, unless President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats negotiate with House Republicans.

Boehner told ABC News that President Obama and some objective observers are wrong about the number of House Republicans who would vote for a so-called "clean" continuing resolution to re-open the federal government without conditions.

"There are not the votes in the House to pass a clean CR," the speaker said

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