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Sanders Outlines Plan To Sink Obama Tax Compromise

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No doubt a few Republicans will break from the GOP, but it will take a full 41 members to guarantee that the plan goes down. So far, Sanders won't say if he has any allies on the right.

"I'm not into naming names," he said, "but let me tell you something: Obviously I come from a more progressive state than most. But I will be willing to bet -- and you ask them -- dollars to donuts, that in R states all over this country there are people saying, 'Wait a second, it is insane to give tax breaks to billionaires when the rich have done phenomenally well in recent years.'"

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