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GOP Frets Over Slow Pace of Congress Early in Trump Term

  • Looming fights on spending, debt limit likely to clog calendar
  • Corker says probes of Trump aide contacts with Russia distract
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Congress is off to a slow start this year, and Republicans are starting to get nervous.

The Senate is tied up with delays in confirming President Donald Trump’s cabinet, the House is spending most of its time undoing regulations from the end of the previous president’s term, and a promised swift repeal of Obamacare is stalled.