As Washington preps for the fiscal cliff negotiations and showdown between Democrats and Republicans, AP reports that the president will stick by calls for raising taxes on families earning more than $250,000 a year, which Obama views as what voters want and affirmed with his re-election. Republican House Speaker John Boehner has expressed a willingness to raise revenues but remains opposed to boosting tax rates, pointing instead to closing tax loopholes, lowering rates and fixing entitlement programs.
Some conservatives fear Boehner will go too far in compromising with Obama on taxes, and not every GOP member agrees with the Speaker's approach. Republican Rep. John Fleming joined 'Wilkow!' Tuesday to discuss the fiscal cliff, watch a clip below: