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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Is June 1 Really the X-Date for Running Out of Money? published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
House Republicans aren't buying Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's warning that the US government will run out of money as soon as June 1, or her dire predictions of default, undercutting the urgency to raise the debt limit. Bloomberg's Megan Scully reports.
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