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Senate Democrats met with President Obama Thursday and later said they would consider a House Republican plan to raise the nation’s borrowing limit for six weeks.
“Let’s wait and see what the House does,” he said. “They do not know what they want.”
He criticized House Republicans for legislating “hour by hour.”
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