Is Biden ready to make deals with Republicans in Congress?

President Joe Biden may get an early test of bipartisan deal-making skills as Congress debates bringing back an expanded child tax credit during the lame-duck session.

Biden will face a GOP-led House of Representatives for the next two years starting in January, meaning he’ll need to get at least a few Republican votes in order to pass legislation for the remainder of his term. But the White House is reportedly getting an early start by backing a compromise in mid-December.



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According to reports
, the White House has told Democrats it will support a deal to bring back the expanded child tax credit, which expired a year ago, with a work requirement and potentially corporate tax breaks that could secure GOP votes.

While the
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