President Obama has invited a group of Senate Republicans to dinner on Wednesday evening, one guest confirms.
It had dropped from 53 percent to 46 percent, but it bumped back up to 49 percent on Tuesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday continued his attacks on the state of play in Washington, D.C.
House Administration Committee Chairwoman Candice Miller (R-Mich.) made the announcement Monday.
The ad notes that the sequester only cuts 3 percent of the budget.
“There may be (room for revenue) if the president is sincere about dealing with our structural problems,” Bush said.
Not all congressional leaders will be in Washington this weekend as the budget cuts begin.
Some conservatives want party leaders to use the continuing resolution to secure concessions.
Despite a good meeting, still no deal.
Budget cutbacks are hitting Capitol Hill also -- and it means fewer ways to get in and leave.