“Most people want to see that dramatic changes are taking place,” Senator Bob Corker said of government spending.
The coming fight in Congress over raising the debt ceiling will make the clash over funding the government look “powderpuff,” according to one GOP senator.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said Wednesday he will not vote to increase the federal government’s borrowing limit unless serious cuts in spending are included as part of a deal.
“I would say this is going to be a pretty raucous 60 days. It’s going to make last week look powderpuff because the stakes here are so high compared to what we were talking about last week,” Corker said, referring to the bill passed last week that avoided a government shutdown.
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Source: Josiah Ryan | The Hill