The president continued his push for the largest deal possible -- an apparent rejection of a proposal put forward over the weekend by House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, to put aside thorny questions tied to taxes and entitlement reform and instead focus on $2.4 trillion in cuts previously agreed to in an earlier round of negotiations.
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