The Trump administration has just unveiled a new financial budget in an effort to make America great again.
"We had an America First candidate, we now have an America First president, and it shouldn't surprise anyone that we now have an America First budget," said White House Budget Chief Mulvaney.
According to Fox News, three major areas encompass all of the budget increases: Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security, amounting to $59.5 billion.
Other programs, including public broadcasting and Meals on Wheels, received controversial budget cuts. The Trump administration defended the cuts, citing areas that shouldn't be funded by the federal government. They also added that the budget aligned with the president's campaign promises to America, which ultimately got him elected.
Watch the video below to see the "Winners and Losers" of the president's new budget.
Watch the clip below to hear about the "America First Budget."
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