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Trump Budget Boosts Military And Border Wall

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Trump Budget Boosts Military And Border Wall

Trump Budget Boosts Military And Border Wall

According to Reuters, President Donald Trump on Monday called for spending more money on the military and a U.S.-Mexico border wall, in a budget plan that sets the stage for his next fight with the U.S. Congress.

The president’s $4.7 trillion budget was immediately panned by Capitol Hill Democrats, who blocked his push for a border wall during a standoff last year that led to a five-week partial shutdown of the federal government.

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