The White House is pushing back on suggestions that it will cut a deal to recapitalize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac before the end of President Obama’s term, putting the pressure back on Congress for a solution.

Rumors swirled in recent weeks that the Obama administration was in talks to potentially release the government-sponsored enterprises from conservatorship, based in part on a report earlier this month by political intelligence firm Political Alpha.

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