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October 11th, 2013
05:32 AM ET

House Republicans Hold 'Very Useful' Meeting With Obama; Both Sides Talking

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It's been seemingly nonexistent in Washington for weeks, as Republicans and Democrats squabbled about funding the government and whether to raise its borrowing limit. Both sides drew their lines in the sand and talked vociferously at each other, but not to each other.

On Thursday, 10 days into the government's partial shutdown, the tide appeared to turn. House Republicans offered a plan to temporarily stave off the threat of a first-ever U.S. debt default. President Barack Obama listened to them. Both sides agreed to keep on talking.

Said Rep. Pete Sessions, a Texas Republican: "We're all working together now."

Sessions spoke early Thursday evening after he and fellow House Republicans talked with Obama at the White House.

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