Push back from both sides on Obama's budget

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Democrats are re-tooling President Obama’s budget this week, while the president is pressing Congress hard to preserve his priorities of health care, energy and education. Meanwhile, Republicans are in an uproar over and even some Democrats are pushing back on some of Obama's $3.6 trillion budget. For more, we talk to our friend Todd Zwillich from Capitol News Connection.

"Don't expect any Republicans to sign on to this. This is the major wedge between them. And they use it, both sides, to define what they're about.
—Capitol News Connection's Todd Zwillich on President Obama's budget

Guests:

Todd Zwillich

Contributors:

Sitara Nieves

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