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Trump Administration​ To Cut Billions From Education
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Trump Administration​ To Cut Billions From Education

The White House under the Trump administration wants a 12% cut in Educational funding, which translates to roughly $7.1 Billion gone. Poof. Vanish. Education no more.  While congress opposes this budget proposal, the Trump administration surely will find a way to get a measure of their wants fulfilled.  This news is quite troubling, as someone who has been greatly fortunate to attend a college the access to the knowledge I’ve acquired is laying an essential framework for my future. I imagine countless other students who would strongly oppose any cuts to education, as it is already it’s tough and to add undue stress to the building blocks of success is heartless. The details on Trumps Administration cut to education proposal includes  -The federal government ...
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Here are the wealthiest members of the United States Congress

Thanks in part to 24/7 Wall Street.    Wealth and money in the United States is a hot button discussion these days, and, this list is certainly going to spark even more of a discussion.   Rounding out the Top 25 richest members of Congress, and by rich, we mean to the tune of hundreds-of-millions of dollars. Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colorado): $476,151,998 Rep. Darrell Issa (R-California): $462,100,002 Sen. Mark Warner (D-Virginia): $386,632,000 Rep. John Delaney (D-Maryland): $369,203,002 Rep. Dave Trott (R-Michigan): $279,271,994 Rep. Vernon Buchanan (R-Florida): $204,242,989 Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-California): $191,930,988 Rep. Diane Black (R-Tennessee) $125,680,005 Rep. Scott Peters (D-California): $118,322,000 Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tennessee): $117,787,999 ...
Donald Trump wants to cut finances to half of the US government
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Donald Trump wants to cut finances to half of the US government

In exchange to build the much discussed US-Mexican border wall he promised during his campaign for President. This is where it gets interesting. In the "Make America Great Again" budget plan, billions would be cut from the US government across the board. Aid to homeless veterans;  housing departments,  foreign aid,  the EPA,  and the National Endowment of the Arts Department. The funding bill would see some 19 agencies entirely lose their funding, while numerous others would be cut severely.  Among the hardest hit: The State Department.
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