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Trump Cancels Pay Increase For Federal Workers

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Trump Cancels Pay Increase For Federal Workers

Trump Cancels Pay Increase For Federal Workers

Business Insider that President Donald Trump issued a new executive order on December 28, 2018.

The order cancels a planned pay increase for federal workers in 2019.

Trump previously vowed to cancel the 2.1% raise.

He told congressional lawmakers in August it was "inappropriate." The order comes a week into a partial government shutdown that has caused thousands of employees to be furloughed or working without pay.

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