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Carney Still Holding Out Hope for Background Checks


At today’s briefing, White House press secretary Jay Carney was hesitant to say that background checks would not pass in the Senate today. “What I won’t do, as a rule, is give post-game analysis before the game is over,” Carney said. “I still think that each senators needs to decide for himself or herself how they’re going to vote, ultimately. What they tell the press or what they tweet about is not the same as what they vote.”


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