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Washington — President Barack Obama insisted yesterday that ‘there is no need for a government shutdown’ over budget issues, but then issued a veto threat of a Republican spending bill which can then result in the first government freeze since Bill Clinton in 1995 if both sides don’t come to a resolution.

The veto of the GOP’s resolution bill rankled Democrats who saw cuts to programs important to their base like the Peace Corps, Pell Grants, and labor programs among others.

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GOP mocks Obama budget, house weighs spending cuts

Republicans call Obama a “raghead”