Politics Obama says still wants to get fiscal cliff deal by Christmas
Dec. 19 - President Barack Obama says he is still optimistic that a deal is possible to avert impending tax hikes and automatic spending cuts, but says he is puzzled that Republicans have not yet accepted his plan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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