Washington, D.C. - Just when it looked like there was an agreement that would end the Fiscal Cliff, some Republicans in the House say they're not satisified with the deal.
In a closed-door meeting Tuesday afternoon, Republicans told their leaders while they may back the changes on taxes in the Fiscal Cliff deal, they want more budget cuts.
"I'm somewhat baffled that with the deficit as big as it is, that the Senate continues to want to add additional spending to the bill," said Republican Congressman Austin Scott from Georgia.
"It is unbelievable that what you see in there is more spending, as opposed to less," said Republican Congressman Rob Woodall, also from Georgia.
Democrats meanwhile say the deal is done and that the House should just vote on it tonight.