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Pelosi Reaffirms Democrat Stance on Entitlements

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Friday returned to the Capitol from a one-on-one meeting with President Barack Obama and reiterated her position that Medicare and Social Security are out of bounds as part of any deal to raise the nation’s debt limit.
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Although the California Democrat said Thursday’s bipartisan meeting at the White House — and her own Friday meeting with Obama — has created “some level of optimism,” she remained adamant that Democrats will not agree to cuts.

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