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All congress is heading back to work just one day after President Obama -- both parties to come together staying behind.
His vision of government action and surprise surprise house Republicans may be less than willing to join him -- since on Capitol Hill to.
We'll still is the bipartisan good will although it is -- the effects of the inauguration starting to disappeared from Washington.
You've got to clean up here in DCs and towards remaining in town but just a few hours from now we expect Democrats Republicans.
We'll continue to draw the same lines they've been drawing on the economy.
For the last oh I don't know last few terms is certainly the majority president Obama's term when you look at the president's address from yesterday.
I don't know that any specifics on the economy more of a broader theme of -- defense.
Of the federal government there was also discussion on entitlements from the president Medicare Medicaid Social Security says they do not sap.
They don't make it's a nation of takers they freest opt to take risks for the top senate Republican.
Had his own thoughts on that today in -- and we need to address spending on entitlements.
We don't work together to strengthen our entitlement programs they will go bankrupt.
Automatic cuts will be forced on Sanders already receiving benefits.
Rendering -- -- promises.
That they build their retirements around.
Entitlements government spending taxes -- Very different positions from Democrats and Republicans still on those issues as congress gets back into town and starts working.
On that debt ceiling proposal -- house tomorrow -- vote to extend the debt ceiling she may nineteenth as long as the senate and house.
Both pass a budget if not this bill also prescribes that lawmakers' pay be held until they do pass budgets that vote coming in house tomorrow.
Back to you thank you rich rich I.
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