The era of bipartisanship ends. That was quick. There's more to come, though:

Some moderate Republicans who opposed the bill left open the chance of supporting the final version if the White House and Senate address their concerns about spending. And Democrats remain hopeful of securing a more bipartisan result in the Senate, where committee action has driven up the cost as the amount of tax relief has increased, something Republicans have demanded before they will consider offering their support.

The GOP sure rewarded the president for coming to the Hill and talking it through with them for hours, didn't they?

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