By Peter StevensonPresident Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal to the Federal Reserve and the Department of Homeland Security is expected to be the most sweeping overhaul of the nation’s federal budget in decades.
The White House released its blueprint Tuesday that calls for a doubling of the federal deficit over the next decade and the elimination of all funding for sanctuary cities.
“President Trump and Congress must work together to create jobs, reduce the deficit and rein in runaway spending,” the budget blueprint says.
“A bipartisan budget blueprint from the President and Congress is essential to achieving these goals.”
The White Hill, where Trump’s inauguration was held, is one of many sanctuary cities in the country.
The city, which Trump has declared a “sanctuary city,” has been at the center of a fierce backlash over sanctuary policies.
Trump’s executive order in February temporarily blocking funding for cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration authorities.
Trump said the federal government must “get out of the business of policing our cities.”
“We need to get out of that business,” he said in a press conference on Jan. 26.
“We are going to put a stop to the sanctuary cities.”
The Trump administration is also calling for the elimination, or “decontrol,” of the State Department’s office of homeland security.
The Trump budget proposes a $3 billion cut to the State department’s budget and $2.6 billion in cuts to the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Trump’s budget also calls for ending the U-2 program, which provides intelligence support to countries on the front lines of the war against terrorism.
The budget blueprint does not include language to reverse the U.-2 program’s $1.8 billion budget.
The State Department is an agency of the United States, and it’s responsible for U.N. and other foreign security assistance programs.
The United Nations and the U,S.
government have been criticized by some advocates for allowing foreign governments to dictate how the U.,S.
and international community responds to crises in other countries.
The $3.5 billion cut in the State budget, which will come from cuts to foreign assistance programs, is the most significant cut the State has received since President Trump took office.
Trump has proposed a $10 billion cut from foreign aid and $10.6 million in cuts from domestic programs, including education, housing, transportation, environmental protection, and energy assistance.
The State Department has received $1 billion in funding from the Trump administration for the first time in four years.