Gang of Six collapse: Winners and losers

Gang of Six collapse: Winners and losers

The collapse of the Gang of Six this week has had far-reaching ramifications on Capitol Hill, with the group’s failure to produce a deficit-reduction plan yielding winners and losers.

The group’s implosion, coupled with other budget plans that have failed to gain traction, has given the spotlight to Vice President Joe BidenJoseph (Joe) Robinette BidenProgressive rise is good news for Sanders, Warren Biden says 'enough is enough' after Santa Fe school shooting Zinke provided restricted site tours to friends: report MORE and his bipartisan effort to cut spending while also raising the nation’s debt ceiling. 

Sen. Tom CoburnThomas (Tom) Allen CoburnMr. President, let markets help save Medicare Pension insolvency crisis only grows as Congress sits on its hands Paul Ryan should realize that federal earmarks are the currency of cronyism MORE (R-Okla.), who bolted the Gang of Six this week, has left open the possibility of returning. However, political analysts on both the left and the right note that the Gang has had months to iron out a deal, claiming it is unlikely that a plan from the six members will ever emerge.

The following is The Hill’s analysis of who benefited, and who didn’t, from the demise of the Gang of Six.

Click below to see how the participants fared:

—Erik Wasson contributed.