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But first we turn to a man who has been weaving between the small government Tea Party.
And the tenured republicans' approach to fixing this nation's fiscal mess.
Here -- -- Utah our Republican senator Orrin hatch senator hatch gets up flat share.
Welcome back their freedom watch.
My -- of your judgment is such a great job -- very proud of this thank you what what is your reaction senator hatch to the proposal of your colleague today.
Senator Mitch McConnell to basically toss this -- ten -- woman in the White House.
And let the president borrow the money that he wants in such a manner that it wouldn't march 2 thirds of each house of congress to stop them from doing so.
You know I'm I'm in favor of the cuts let's cut spending like -- -- caps spending like mad get -- -- 2008 levels and then let's pass a balanced -- constant from them that's my approach to it.
And I think that's going to be the approach of most Republicans.
Republicans as a matter fact is the first time we've got all 47 Republicans -- -- balanced budget amendment but I will say this.
That I know what the leaders tried to do Mitch McConnell.
And that's a pretty ingenious approach but it's only as a last resort is that if you can't get anything else is this apologists like us.
I just say I'm.
Can happen and and balanced budget that I think we.
Senator -- do you think because YouTube you know the way that the -- networks and you probably also have some insight better than high.
And to senator McConnell might do you think this is politics over principle.
You think he's trying to force the White House -- does he really expect that Republicans like you sound money fiscal hawks.
Would -- to let the president allowed.
And borrowed 2.4 trillion dollars without some -- restraints.
On what he would do with spending in the future.
That's right to have all the negotiations out of the white house of personal brag about he's willing to go to four trillion dollars and restraint yeah he's willing to go that.
Years away from now.
But he wants two trillion dollars in tax increases.
They want that now we learned that in the 1990s I would put together a deal where the taxes.
We're we're assess.
And the spending reductions never came about and that's what they're doing -- smoke and mirrors and they get away with a one thing that the leader is doing and saying that.
-- that game was up when we're gonna find some way of changing.
-- you know cut cap.
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