Trump's 2021 budget would slash civilian agencies, boost defense and veterans affairs
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The White House is expected to release a $4.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2021 that would boost spending for some national security and veterans programs, but includes major cuts to foreign aid and non-Defense agencies. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Trump administration would increase military spending by 0.3% (to $740.5 billion) and decrease non-defense spending by 5% (to $590 billion,), which is below the budget cap Congress and the White House agreed to last summer.
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