White House Budget Slashes Federal Waste, Foreign Aid, EPA, and More - Conservative Daily Post

The president's new budget would eliminate costly and ineffective programs that funnel money in wasteful ways.
On Sunday, the White House unveiled a $4.8 trillion budget proposal that will slash federal waste and eliminate many programs designed to over alp. In fact, some of the proposed cuts will (many people argue) stop the transfer of taxpayer funds to ultra-leftists.

The plan aims to eliminate the federal deficit — or the difference between spending and revenue that is slated to exceed $1 trillion this year — by 2035. In all, the White House is seeking to cut $4.4 trillion in federal spending over the next 10 years, including reductions in spending on food stamps and federal disability benefits through more stringent work and eligibility requirements.