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OMB Press Mar 13
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: S.J. Res. 7, Directing the President to Remove United States Armed Forces from Hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that Have Not Been Authorized by Congress. →
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The White House Mar 12
Joe Biden just criticized President Trump’s 2020 budget for doing what the Obama/Biden Administration proposed. 😱
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The White House Mar 12
"What has happened for far too long is that Congress has blamed mandatory spending and then increased discretionary spending," Acting OMB Director Russ Vought explained Monday. In West Wing Reads, a budget that funds priorities and cuts waste:
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Betsy DeVos Mar 11
The 2020 budget request by reflects a cont'd commitment to education freedom, protecting our most vulnerable students, supporting teachers, & returning education decision making power to those closest to students. View the full request here:
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Rick Perry Mar 11
.’s budget supports ’s vast mission in a fiscally responsible way, and makes clear that success will be measured not by the dollars spent but by the results achieved on behalf of the American people.
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The White House Mar 11
All across America, hardworking taxpayers balance their household budgets, find ways to do more with less, and still manage to save for the future. Washington should treat their tax dollars the same way. President Trump's 2020 Budget will do just that.
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The White House Mar 11
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The White House Mar 11
President Trump's 2020 budget proposes more spending reductions than any administration in history.
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The White House Mar 11
The Trump Administration hit its economic forecast 2 years in a row—the first administration ever to do so!
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Russ Vought Mar 11
Today, sent his FY2020 Budget to Congress. This budget contains $2.7 trillion in spending cuts to wasteful programs and mandatory savings, balances in 15 years, and puts Washington on a more sustainable fiscal path. Read my op-ed:
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OMB Press Mar 7
Today, Acting OMB Director visited to kick off the printing of the President’s FY2020 Budget, which will be released next week on March 11, 2019.
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OMB Press Mar 5
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 1, For the People Act of 2019 →
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OMB Press Feb 26
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.J. Res. 46, Terminating the National Emergency Declared by the President on the Southern Border. →
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OMB Press Feb 25
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: H.R. 8, Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019, and H.R. 1112, Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2019. →
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OMB Press Feb 25
OMB Statement of Administration Policy *Update*: S. 311 – Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act →
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Russ Vought Feb 25
"It is time for Congress to join the president in his commitment to cutting spending, reducing bloated deficits, and getting our national debt under control. America’s future generations are depending on them.” Read my op-ed in today’s :
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OMB Press Feb 15
Statement from OMB’s Acting Director on President Trump’s national emergency declaration:
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OMB Press Feb 5
.'s statement on President Trump's State of the Union Address:
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The White House Feb 5
night is here. Watch President address the Nation LIVE at 9 p.m. ET:
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OMB Press Feb 1
Today’s strong once again shows that President Trump’s pro-growth economic policies work. The American economy is flourishing as American workers continue to see more employment opportunities arise and wages grow.
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