Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., was among the lawmakers who met with President Obama this week, as the White House tried to ease the partisanship that has paralyzed Capitol Hill. Moran told Politico there was agreement between Obama and Senate Republicans that “there might by an opportunity for common ground” on corporate tax reform, but that when entitlement reform came up, “the president responded with the need for revenues.” Overall, Moran said, “I really think it was rather a bland conversation. No fireworks on either tone. This wasn’t memorable; it was the opposite of that.”
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