King on picking his seat, getting a “date” to SOTU

Congressman Steve King responded to The Daily Caller’s query about who he may be sitting with tonight at the State of the Union Address.  (If you’re just tuning in, there’s been an attempt to get Democrats and Republicans to avoid sitting in partisan sections and, instead, mix up the seating chart as a show of bipartisanship.)  Here’s a quote from the Caller story:

“If they come over and sit with me, I’m happy to do that,” King said when asked if he would sit with a Democrat during next Tuesday’s speech. “But I don’t think I can actually go over and actually pick a seat. It’s hard enough to just find a place to sit down in there. It’s just packed.”

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