Appearing on Greta Van Susteren's show last night, incoming House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) offered a preview of how today's summit at the White House might turn out -- and it won't exactly be friendly.
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Van Susteren asked how they would react if President Obama doesn't agree to their demand to prevent any and all tax increases -- that is, to preserve the soon-to-expire Bush tax cuts, as they apply to the top income brackets.
"Well, I mean, Greta, we're going to the White House tomorrow to say to the president, look, you know, we've had an election that, frankly, I don't think many of us have experienced in the time we've been here in Washington that's been so dispositive," said Cantor.
"There was, as Paul said, an outright repudiation of the direction that this administration's been taking us over the last two years. So it is where -- it is up to the president to say, look, we're not going to agree on everything. But one thing we can agree on was that this election was about the people saying it's time for Washington to deliver results, and priority one's got to be more jobs for more Americans."