U.S. officials are insisting that "great momentum" has been made in Trans-Pacific trade talks, but there are issues both at home and in Japan.
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Paul said it is “shameful” to increase the funding levels outlined in the budget sequester — breaking with Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) who negotiated the deal for the GOP.
The influential conservative group said it will key vote against the "dubious" deal.
A summer meeting between President Obama, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, and financial regulators helped bolster the effort to push the "Volcker Rule" across the finish line.
Fifty percent say economy would have improved regardless of Obama.
Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) predicts the new budget deal reached Tuesday night will pass.
“My view is it will pass,” Cole said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Wednesday.
“I’m sure it’s the best Paul could get,” Coburn said.
The rush comes as some conservative groups are increasing their opposition to a deal.
The rule will impose new limits on the trading activities of Wall Street.
People in the U.S. are growing more confident about the economy, even as October’s government shutdown continues to take a toll, Gallup said Tuesday.