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Editorial: Donald Trump’s Nasty Budget

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Editorial: Donald Trump’s Nasty BudgetWhat happened to all that talk about sticking up for working people?
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Since his inauguration, President Donald Trump has proposed cutting or adding restrictions to benefits like Medicaid.

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