Jackson explained why it is hard for reporters to definitively give aconsidering the field is constantly changing but warned that even if the House of Representatives pass the legislation on Sunday the fight is far from over.
Once the bill leaves the House floor it heads to the Senate and "this is where things could get even more tricky because the Republicans in the Senate have many more options" - they can add a number to additional amendments.
"[I]f Republicans succeed in passing any of the amendments... it would have to go back to the House side to be voted on all over again," she explained.
Knoller said that the president delivered hisand added drama to the battle brewing on Capitol Hill.
"He builds his speech to a crescendo trying to get his audience which is by in large very enthusiastic to keep up the pressure on members on Congress especially those who are wavering," Knoller explained.
He added that "since Monday, we are told, President Obama has spoken to at least thirty members of Congress either in person or on the phone, telling them they need to switch their votes to yes."
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