Sunday's meeting between President Obama and Republican and Democratic lawmakers did not produce a budget deal. As the August 2nd deadline looms, Obama said he'd hold meetings until both parties agree on a plan that would keep the U.S. from defaulting. Host Michel Martin discusses the deficit talks with The Atlanta Journal Constitution's Cynthia Tucker and U.S. News & World Report's Mary Kate Cary.
Debt Ceiling Talks Speak Of No Agreement
By NPR Staff • Jul 11, 2011