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Donald Trump, Schumer Battle Over Amnesty on Tuesday

Democratic leader Sen. Chuck Schumer will meet President Donald Trump today to talk about a 2018 budget deal, and he will have to repeat or revoke the Democrats’ unpopular threats to block the 2018 budget if Republicans reject his unpopular amnesty for 3 million ‘dreamers.’

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Zinke On Interior Budget: Obama $15 Billion Revenue Cuts Enough to Pay for Entire Maintenance Backlog for National Parks

Calling President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018 a “new foundation for American greatness,” Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke told reporters on a Tuesday conference call that the loss of revenue suffered under the Obama administration could pay for the “entire backlog” of maintenance for national parks, with about $3 billion to spare.

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White House Unclear When Border Wall Will Be Funded, Built

“Build the Wall,” chanted Trump 100 Days rally-goers in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania this weekend, but on Monday questions persisted about the lack of border wall funding in Congress’s new spending bill, leaving it unclear when exactly a wall along the U.S. southern border will be built.

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Trump Budget: ‘Eliminate Funding’ For Public Radio, TV, and Arts Give-aways

President Donald Trump’s much-anticipated 2018 budget proposal would eliminate discretionary spending on a wide range of arts and public radio and television programs, including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.