Every Republican member from Texas rejected debt-limit deal

Every Texas Republican in Congress rejected the bipartisan agreement that opened the government and lifted the debt ceiling. 

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Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzCaitlyn Jenner to attend Trump inauguration: report Trump’s UN pick threads needle on Russia, NATO Haley slams United Nations, echoing Trump MORE called the deal "terrible," and his Texas GOP colleague, Sen. John CornynJohn CornynMcConnell: Senate could vote on 3 Trump nominees Friday Senate seeks deal on Trump nominees Overnight Healthcare: Takeaways from Price's hearing | Trump scrambles GOP health plans MORE, also voted no.

In the House, all 24 Texas Republicans voted no, including Reps. Louie GohmertLouie GohmertGohmert: Dems should be grateful they aren’t being punished for sit-in Ryan reelected Speaker in near-unanimous GOP vote GOP rep: Obama 'exactly wrong on everything' MORE, Ted PoeTed PoeOvernight Cybersecurity: Lawmakers pushing for vote to delay warrant rule changes Coons to call for voice vote to halt changes to hacking rule The right person for State Department is Rudy Giuliani MORE, and Pete Sessions. 

Cruz huddled with House Republicans in recent weeks to discuss debt-limit strategies.

All House Republicans from South Carolina, Arizona, Missouri, Georgia, Nebraska, Utah, and Tennessee also voted no on Wednesday night.