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SHOTLIST:POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington - December 28, 20121. SOUNDBITE: Nancy Pelosi/House Minority Leader"we're waiting to see what leader reid and mcconnell can find as far as a legislative path to go forward. Reporter: were there concrete things put on the table that the president proposed? pelosi: I won't talk about what the president proposed. but there were concrete conversation about things. Reporter: did mcconnell signal that he's willing to get republicans to support something with reid? Pelosi: it's not a question of getting them to support something, it's about working together to put something together and we're eagerly awaiting what form that might take. Reporter: was he encouraging them to put something together? Pelosi: yeah, sure. I think everybody knew that's what they had to do. It didn't take that much encouragement. I'd say the president led in that direction of saying that if the speaker says we need to hear from the senate, let's have the senate put something together and see where that takes us. Reporter: do you think the democrats here could support something if the income level - if mcconnell pushes for 400, 500? Pelsoi: its very hard to answer anything in isolation, depends on what the package is. It was constructive and as i've said -- candor is constructive and I think it moved us forward. But we'll see."STORYLINE:Congressional leaders have arrived at the White House for a meeting with President Barack Obama in an eleventh-hour effort to avert a fiscal cliff of across-the-board tax increases and steep spending cuts. House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi arrived at the White House separately for the 3 p.m. session. Obama was expected to present a proposal to extend current tax rates to all but the wealthiest Americans, extend aid for the jobless and other measures that need immediate congressional attention. Vice-President Joe Biden and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner also were attending. The session represented hope for a deal before Dec. 31, after which higher taxes and spending cuts would kick in.(****END****)