This morning on New Day: With 10 days left before a government shutdown, Republicans can't seem to figure out whether to attack the President, or each other.
Join us from 6-9am ET on CNN for the latest on GOP infighting.
To get caught up, check out CNN's Jim Acosta's report from yesterday in the above video.
It is 11 days to a possible government shutdown and this latest budget battle pitting Republicans in Congress against President Obama is becoming the stomach-turning sequel to the sequel, CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
This time, the threat is all too real. Not only does the government run out of money on October 1st, the nation is set to hit the debt ceiling and go into default in mid-October. Together, they serve as a Washington dysfunction double-whammy the likes of which Americans have never seen before, according to Acosta.
For now, Republicans in Congress say they will only vote on a spending bill that de-funds Obamacare. But, that is not expected to go anywhere in the Democrat-controlled Senate, ramping up the likelihood of a shutdown at the end of the month.