Debt ceiling deal faces challenges as lawmakers aim to avert default; Republicans and Democrats divided.
House committee narrowly passes bill to raise debt ceiling, sets up crucial vote tomorrow.
Both parties express dissatisfaction with the debt ceiling deal, but consequences of default loom.
Hard-right Republicans criticize lack of spending cuts in the debt ceiling agreement; Speaker McCarthy's leadership at risk.
Some Democrats oppose elements of the deal, fear potential job-killing recession and higher food stamp age limits.
White House estimates debt ceiling deal would reduce government spending over time and roll back unspent COVID relief funds.
President Biden and Speaker McCarthy confident the deal will pass, emphasizing significant savings of $2.1 trillion.
Speaker McCarthy urges fellow Republicans to vote yes on the deal, receives standing ovation ahead of crucial vote.