Obama: Progress, but no deal to avert shutdown

By means of time rising short, President Barack Obama said Wednesday night that his bits and pieces certain that a government shutdown can be keep away from this weekend if negotiators can build on positive talks held at the White House.

Difference remains in spite of the progress, but Obama proclaimed that talks would persist from end to end the night in hopes of avoid a government shutdown this weekend.

"It's going to have need of a sufficient sense of pressure," Obama said, "to inclusive a deal and get it passed and turn away a shutdown."

Obama emerged before reporters to say publicly his dissimilarity with the House Republicans were tapering but that both sides were still stuck in an impasse.

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