By Erik Wasson - 05/10/11 07:37 PM EDT
Sen. John CornynJohn CornynReport: Investor visa program mainly funds wealthy areas GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Conservatives backing Trump keep focus on Supreme Court MORE (R-Texas) told reporters he is telling colleagues they should vote against any debt ceiling increase if the spending cuts tied to the bill are not sufficient.
Kyl told The Hill that he did not know what specific subject would come up at the Biden talks later on Tuesday. The talks began last Thursday.
Obama budget director Jack LewJack LewDem pushes Treasury for info on Syria sanctions Metlife battles ‘too big to fail’ designation Wyden seeks IRS info on firms linked to Panama Papers MORE met with Senate Democrats Tuesday and tried to sell them on the need to offer a debt trigger as part of the Biden talks.