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How GOP's big gamble could play out

The Senate's long-awaited national security deal landed with a thud on Sunday as House Republicans vowed to block it from a vote and at least one Senate conservative demanded a change in leadership.

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    The big picture

    The bill has been pronounced dead on arrival in the House, which will make its passage even tougher in the Senate.

    Republicans vow to kill border bill hours after its reveal

    Republicans vow to kill border bill hours after its reveal

    The deal took months of agonizing negotiations. Within the first few hours of the bill’s grand reveal — Republicans across the spectrum are driving the nail in the coffin.

    Between the lines

    Senate Republicans and Democrats released the text of their $118.3 billion package to impose restrictive immigration policy. It also includes aid to Ukraine, Israel and the Indo-Pacific. Plus, Mike Johnson facing dissent for the Israel aid package that the House plans on voting.

    Go deeper

    Johnson predicted the standalone Israel aid package will pass by a "wide margin."

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