Still No Deal On Debt Ceiling. Do Voters Care?

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Ken Rudin, political editor, NPR

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell lashed out Tuesday on the Senate floor, saying no deal could be reached while President Barack Obama is in office. But by day's end he offered a backup plan that shifted the responsibility for raising the debt ceiling to the president himself.

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