"We thought we were within two or three, or maybe had the requisite number, but the White House put a lot of pressure on," said Sen. Angus S. King Jr., Maine independent. "Clearly, that made it harder."
John McCain's immigration proposal dies in Senate →
Sen. Angus S. King Jr., a Maine independent who caucuses with the Democrats, said Sunday that he thinks there is only a 50/50 chance that the bill goes to a conference.
Republicans push for final tax cut bill by end of year →