Oct 16 (Reuters) – A top Republican leader said on Sunday he was confident that a congressional “super committee” tasked with slashing U.S. eficits would reach a deal before a Nov. 23  deadline.

Republicans and Democrats agree on the need to rein in deficits but are divided on how to do it a year before President Barack Obama runs for re-election. Republicans favor sharp spending cuts but oppose Obama’s push to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans.

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As Super Committe meets, can you identify the Republican and Democrat in this picture?