By  on March 16, 2017
Donald Trump

President Trump is suggesting cuts to every non-defense related government agency in the U.S. totaling about $54 billion dollars, which is intended to fund an equal increase in defense spending.

While the “budget blueprint” totals $1.1 trillion, about a quarter of President Obama’s last $4.1 trillion budget proposal for fiscal 2017, Trump’s total comes by way of extraordinary cuts to several government agencies, including the Commerce, Labor and State departments, and the wholesale elimination of funding for agencies and programs like the Trade and Development Agency, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Overseas Private Investment Corp.

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