The Senate and House are expected to vote today on a legislative package to extend the federal debt ceiling while cutting spending and guaranteeing further deficit-reduction steps as part of an agreement reached Sunday between President Obama and congressional leaders.
If members of Congress vote to approve the agreement before Tuesday, lawmakers will have avoided an unprecedented default on the nation's debt.
Nonetheless, the plan faces heavy criticism in the editorials this morning, with The New York Times, The Washington Post and numerous liberal groups saying that the White House capitulated on shared sacrifice, revenues, and promises that Medicare would not be affected.
American Morning wants to know: Who won last night in the debt deal? Wall street, Main street, or someone else?
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