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saidThe proposed budget refocuses decades of US spending – both foreign and domestic – to reflect Trump’s belief that too much taxpayer money is simply given away For example the president will propose changing foreign aid programs in a way that no longer delivers much of the money as grants and instead extends loans to foreign governments that must be repaid Mulvaney said Special exemptions would be made for Israel and EgyptThe budget would also impose a 2 percent cut to all spending that must be approved by Congress each year for the next decade excluding military programs Spending for these programs tends to increase each year under Democrats and Republicans Separately the budget would eliminate all federal support for Planned Parenthood the health-care provider that conservatives often attackIn writing the budget White House officials were forced to walk a tightropeTrump insisted that they could not cut retirement benefits for Social Security or health benefits for Medicare two of the most expensive parts of the federal budget White House officials also were committed to protecting military spendingTo preserve those items and eliminate the budget deficit over 10 years officials had to deliver major cuts across the rest of the budget The budget also relies heavily on assumptions that economic growth will soar under tax cuts and regulatory reductions that Trump has promised to deliver"You have to understand that for Trump growth is populism so he doesn’t see this as a budget of cuts but a budget for growth" said Sam Nunberg a longtime Trump associate who worked on his campaign in 2015 "What he’s trying to do is work with Congress where a lot of these ideas started and put something together"The budget in its deeply conservative framework risks alarming some of the president’s supporters"I’m not sure the White House understands who their base is" Patrick H Caddell a veteran strategist who works with Breitbart News said He cited Democrats and working-class independents as key parts of Trump’s political coalition "Where’s the outreach to them" he askedBut a White House official who was not authorized to speak publicly said Trump saw the shrinking of the "welfare state" as a necessary component of his nationalist working-class appeal and part of his pledge to "drain the swamp"Meanwhile Trump’s critics in the GOP shrugged at the president’s overture to the budget-cutting wing of the party"I don’t take it as a sign he’s more ideological" said Peter Wehner a veteran Republican policy hand "He’s like a needle spinning around a broken compass and we’re not sure where he’ll land This week he’s more ideological next week he could be less ideological"One of the biggest surprises in the budget is that defense spending remains relatively flat after months of promises from Trump that he would completely rebuild the militaryThe plan proposes a $43 billion increase in defense spending next year but in subsequent years the budget is almost identical to what it would be without any changes A White House official said that is because the military is still planning spending priorities for those years and that the budget would eventually changeFor anti-poverty programs the White House proposes shifting some of the financial costs to states giving them a financial stake in deciding whether to permit people to receive benefitsOn Medicaid Trump wants states to choose between agreeing to a cap based on how many people are enrolled or a "block grant" structure that delivers funds to states and gives them more flexibility in how it is spentA number of key Republicans have expressed concern about the approachNew Jersey Gov Chris Christie R a key Trump supporter during the campaign said his state is a "state that has a lot of people who utilize Medicaid" Medicaid cuts of the scale Trump was proposing had him "concerned" Christie saidFor SNAP the White House is proposing changes that would force states to pay a portion of the benefits which could put more pressure on them to prevent people from enrollingOn CHIP the White House would propose eliminating a 23 percentage point increase in federal contributions and would cap other assistance to the program something the White House argues would make sure it helps only the neediest children"We are no longer going to measure compassion by the number of programs or the number of people on those programs" Mulvaney said "We are going to measure compassion and success by the number of people we help get off of those programs and get back in charge of their own lives"But Jared Bernstein who served as a top economic adviser to former vice president Joe Biden called the scale of Trump’s cuts "otherworldly" He said that even if Senate Republicans are able to scale back the cuts they could still have a major impact on government programs"At the end of the day they may settle for something that’s huge and egregious but less than the cosmic number they are throwing around" in the budget proposal he saidMany of the programs targeted by Trump’s budget provide health housing or other assistance to millions of Americans including a large number of Trump votersThere are 746 million Americans who receive Medicaid or CHIP according to the Kaiser Family Foundation Almost 11 million receive Social Security Disability Insurance payments and 83 million receive Supplemental Security Income a small cash benefit for the poor and those with disabilitiesMany of these programs have rigorous screening mechanisms and it is very difficult for people who are unemployed childless and able to work to collect benefits for long But Trump administration officials believe the rules should be even stricter with the goal of pushing more people back into the workforce so that the economy can strengthen and create more growthFormer House speaker Newt Gingrich who engaged in numerous budget battles during the Clinton administration said that Trump must steel himself against attacks and emphasize his insistence on how much he "values work""If the Trump people sell it as genuine reform that’s getting rid of people who should be at work or are cheating getting rid of redundancy and making the bureaucracy dramatically leaner then it will be successful" Gingrich said "People actually resent neighbors who are getting goodies they haven’t worked for It’s going to be a huge fight How this plays out will depend on how he handles it"The crash happened on the westbound Highway 13 ramp to southbound Cedar Avenue around 10:15 pm," Fortier says. went to sleep wearing headphones and an electrode cap, and more killings in Taraba.

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