Donald Trump’s Proposed 2018 Budget: At Least He Doesn’t Call Himself an “Education President.”

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Here it is: Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget— all 62 pages of it.

From Trump’s introductory remarks:

The core of my first Budget Blueprint is the rebuilding of our Nation’s military without adding to our Federal deficit. There is a $54 billion increase in defense spending in 2018 that is offset by targeted reductions elsewhere. This defense funding is vital to rebuilding and preparing our Armed Forces for the future. …

The defense and public safety spending increases in this Budget Blueprint are offset and paid for by finding greater savings and efficiencies across the Federal Government. Our Budget Blueprint insists on $54 billion in reductions to non-Defense programs. We are going to do more with less, and make the Government lean and accountable to the people.

This includes deep cuts to foreign aid. It is time to prioritize the security and well-being of Americans, and to ask the…

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One thought on “Donald Trump’s Proposed 2018 Budget: At Least He Doesn’t Call Himself an “Education President.”

  1. It will be interesting how this hurts out. I get it. We need to cut the budget and save money. I don’t like the cuts for the arts, but how much do I benefit from the National endowment for the Arts? Probably not that much as a public school teacher. It will be an interesting ride. Buckle your seat belts!

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