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Schumer: "Intense" meeting at White House

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the meeting at the White House between President Biden and other congressional leaders was one of the most intense he has ever attended. Schumer told reporters that conversations over the looming government shutdown were productive, but also said House Speaker Mike Johnson pushed back on aid for Ukraine until more is done to secure the U.S.-Mexico border. CBS News' Scott MacFarlane discusses the takeaways from Schumer and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries' remarks.


House set to vote on GOP Israel aid bill

The GOP-led House is considering a $14.3 billion bill to support Israel, while the White House and Democrats on Capitol Hill want a supplemental bill that would also cover Ukraine aid and other national security interests. A vote on the bill is scheduled for Thursday. Meanwhile, in the Senate, Republican Tommy Tuberville is hearing it from members of his own party over his continued objections to military appointments. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion has more.

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