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Trump Asks Cabinet for 5 Percent Cut in Next Year's Budget

Newsmax Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Trump Asks Cabinet for 5 Percent Cut in Next Year's BudgetDubbing it the "nickel plan," President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he's asking every Cabinet secretary to cut their next-year's budgets by 5 percent. "Get rid of the fat. Get rid of the waste," Trump told members of his Cabinet during a meeting at the White House....
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The proposal comes days after an announcement revealing the federal deficit for fiscal year 2018 jumped 17% from the previous period.

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