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The president is working a full court press on Capitol Hill this week.
Pushing hard on three major agenda items chief White House correspondent Ed Henry tells us where we are on each -- One day before he unveils his new budget with cuts to Social Security President Obama faced more anger from his liberal allies.
-- protests over Sheen CPI that would change the way inflation is calculated field and resulting cuts to government benefits sparked protests outside the White House led by liberal groups including now and moveon.org and real Democrats do not.
Cut Social Security.
The president's aides insisted again his budget will be a balanced approach with more tax hikes -- some entitlement cuts in order to try and draw Republicans in on a grand bargain.
Budget the president.
What put forward tomorrow is not his ideal budget the tension comes as the president plans Wednesday night to -- part two of the charm offensive.
Dining a second time with senate Republicans at a pivotal time.
All of the president's second term legacy items are reaching a critical stage this week from immigration reform to the budget.
Where the president has to decide how strongly he'll fight for the change CPI.
This is a small step in the right direction and to our friends on the left.
If you don't embrace reform and social security and Medicare they're gonna down a -- The president also faces his -- on another key agenda item gun control.
As senate majority leader Harry Reid -- decided to force a showdown vote Thursday I hope Republicans won't stop trying.
Shut down didn't over the second straight day the White House used the victims of the new -- tragedy to make their case.
One remarkable woman who has a background do do.
Do -- didn't.
Psychology and psychiatry.
Said you know.
How -- they explain.
No opportunity finished.
My little girl.
-- debuts hide in the back through.
-- she got shot through the heart senator Johnny Isaacson is one of seven Republicans who agrees it's time to vote but he's not ready to support major gun control.
I'm not going to vote for a ban on weapons I'm not gonna vote for limitation on cartridges.
I'll wait and see what they talk about on my own background checks that hadn't even -- yet.
What he's saying is that several Republicans will vote to end the filibuster but it's not clear yet.
That there's 51 votes to actually expand background checks.
Meanwhile on immigration some Democrats had hoped -- -- be a bill out as early as this week by our own colleague Mike Emanuel learning tonight that's been pushed back until next month.
Brett and -- -- on north lawn and thank you.
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