President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner will meet in the Oval Office on Tuesday, with the Ohio Republican's spokesman saying the pair will talk about a "broad set of topics," Roll Call reported
The morning meeting was requested by Obama and is thought to be Boehner's first trip to the Oval Office since October, when he helped hammer out a deal to end the government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling, The Hill reported
Earlier this month, Boehner complained that the president had lost the trust of Republicans,
effectively stalling immigration reform
, Obama's top legislative priority.
The Hill also noted that Obama in a week is scheduled to unveil his budget proposal.
"My hope is that despite this being an election year, that there will be occasions where both parties determine that it makes sense to actually get some things done in this town," Obama told a meeting with governors at the White House earlier Monday, The Hill reported.
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