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President Trump Shutdown Differs Greatly From President Obama’s: Here Are A Few Ways How

The OMB has been operating under the orders to cause as little disruption as possible during the partial government shutdown. The response differs greatly from that of the previous administration. Critics charge that acting Directer Russ Vought’s push to keep services functioning may land the administration in legal trouble. Services typically suspended during government shutdowns have continued to operate under ...

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OMB to House Dems: Don’t bother passing anything without border wall funding in it

The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a statement late Thursday informing House Democrats that any bills they pass without funding for border barriers will not make it past the president’s desk. “If either H.R. 21 or H.J. Res. 1 were presented to the President, his advisors would recommend that he veto the bill,” the statement said ...

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White House announces rescission package to cut spending by $15.4 billion

White House Office of Management and Budget Deputy Director Russ Vought penned an op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal announcing the Trump administration’s rescission package that is structured to cut $15.4 billion in spending this fiscal year. “Washington has a spending problem. The national debt is now more than $21 trillion and the deficit could reach $1 trillion next ...

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President Trump’s 2018 Budget Puts the ‘Safety and Security’ of America First

Major budget changes from existing law

The White House Office of Management and Budget released President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget on Thursday in which the president’s spending recommendations favor national security and public safety over traditionally liberal priorities. The proposal is executive guidance as congress is responsible for crafting the federal budget. As republicans control both houses, the budget will likely take most of the president’s ...

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