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McConnell’s Relationship With Obama to Be Tested

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McConnell has said he sees openings for bipartisanship on various trade deals, nuclear power, funding clean coal technology, on taxes and spending, and on reauthorizing Bushs signature No Child Left Behind Act on education. Obama has indicated a willingness to compromise during the lame duck on extending Bush-era tax cuts, which McConnell has praised, and Democrats said they hope Republicans will work with them to create construction jobs during the reauthorization of the highway bill next year.

But no future private meetings between the two have been scheduled. However, McConnell is expected to attend the bicameral, bipartisan leadership meeting at the White House sometime next week.

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