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What’s in the White House Budget Request?

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SubscribeLog In SubscribeLog InAdvertisementPoliticsWhat’s in the White House Budget Request?ImagePresident Trump’s budget proposal would increase military spending by $195 billion over the next two years.CreditAndrew Renneisen/Getty ImagesBy The New York Times Feb. 12, 2018WASHINGTON — The White House released its fiscal 2019 budget on Monday, outlining the administration’s fiscal priorities at a moment when Congress is already moving ahead with its own spending plan. The blueprint is largely a political statement and is unlikely to influence lawmakers, who control the federal pursestrings and just passed a bill, which President Trump signed into law last week, raising spending caps by about $300 billion over two years.That deal, which briefly forced a government shutdown, increases military spending by $195 billion over the next two years and increases nondefense spending by $131 billion over that period. Mr. Trump’s budget proposal calls for a different approach and says Congress should not spend all of those additional nondefense funds

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What’s in the White House Budget Request?

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