REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. (AP) — President Joe Biden and congressional leaders will likely resume talks on Tuesday at the White House over the debt limit as the nation continues to edge closer to its legal borrowing authority with no agreement in sight.

The meeting was initially supposed to be Friday, but was abruptly postponed so staff-level talks could continue before Biden and the four congressional leaders huddled for a second time.

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Larry Skow

Let these old fools we call leaders hit the debt ceiling! Enough is enough of this charade of these economic idiots we have clowning around as leaders. Let them run out of money! GOP nor Democrats have any brains nor USA citizens best interest at heart! Look at what we got McConnell/Feinstein/Pelosi and host of others that are so old they are the DEPENDS Brigade. All have enriched them self while in Congress. ECONOMIC IDIOTS. Hit the Ceiling so we can go broke and move on. The group can't work together for USA so go broke and we can sort things out with new leaders.

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