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Deficits and the national debt only matters to the Republicans when a Democrat is in the White House. 

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@Richva wrote:

Trump will have added another $ Trillion to the deficit more than matching Obama's first term. It is a good thing they are making these changes but it is a bad thing that Trump makes these promises and then caves.  Speaking of promises, he said he was such a great manager he would wipe out the deficit in his first term. Just sayin'

 

The agreement marks a significant retreat for the White House, which insisted just a few months ago that it would force Congress to cut spending on a variety of programs to enact fiscal discipline. Instead, the White House agreed to raise spending for most agencies, particularly at the Pentagon.

In exchange, White House officials received verbal assurances from Democrats that they would not seek to attach controversial policy changes to future spending bills, although it’s unclear how that commitment would be enforced.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/trump-announces-support-for-two-year-bipartisan-budg...


Many that support trump get confused taliking about the deficit, they confuse it with the Natiuonal Debt.


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Trump will have added another $ Trillion to the deficit more than matching Obama's first term. It is a good thing they are making these changes but it is a bad thing that Trump makes these promises and then caves.  Speaking of promises, he said he was such a great manager he would wipe out the deficit in his first term. Just sayin'

 

The agreement marks a significant retreat for the White House, which insisted just a few months ago that it would force Congress to cut spending on a variety of programs to enact fiscal discipline. Instead, the White House agreed to raise spending for most agencies, particularly at the Pentagon.

In exchange, White House officials received verbal assurances from Democrats that they would not seek to attach controversial policy changes to future spending bills, although it’s unclear how that commitment would be enforced.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/trump-announces-support-for-two-year-bipartisan-budg...

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