White House Confident as Tax Cut Deal Near Vote

Despite the grumbling of House Democrats, the White House signaled Sunday that it expects the tax cut deal President Obama worked out with Republicans will be approved. Even a House Democratic leader suggested Sunday that while he and others will try and change it, they won't ultimately block the $858 billion package. On ABC's "This Week," presidential adviser David Axelrod sounded confident. "We have a framework, we have an agreement, and I don't anticipate that it's going to change...Full Story
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