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By Manu Raju and Jake Sherman

House Budget Chairman, Paul Ryan
House Budget Chairman, Paul Ryan

House GOP leaders have been eager to lock down support from their party to back the bipartisan budget deal and avoid yet another round of fiscal crises.

That message appears to have gotten lost in the Capitol Rotunda.

In the Senate, Republican leaders and senior GOP senators are balking at the budget deal, arguing that it hikes spending too high without demanding more immediate cuts in return. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is widely expected to oppose the proposal, and his top GOP leadership lieutenants also raised deep concerns Wednesday, highlighting the party’s continued divide over fiscal strategy, which has only intensified since the October government shutdown.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/12/republicans-budget-deal-101046.html#ixzz2nG50vWmo