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Obama ‘Optimistic’ on two-Party deal

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | December 29, 2012 18:01 IST

Obama warned that if the two sides don’t agree on a bill, he will urge the Democratic-controlled Senate to put forward a measure, according to reports.


President Obama reported that progress was made in talks on the fiscal crisis and pronounced cautiously “optimistic.

Obama warned that if the two sides don’t agree on a bill, he will urge the Democratic-controlled Senate to put forward a measure anyway, according to reports.

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Obama ‘Optimistic’ on two-Party deal
Obama warned that if the two sides don’t agree on a bill, he will urge the Democratic-controlled Senate to put forward a measure, according to reports.
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