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What will U.S. foreign aid look like in the age of Trump?

As the Trump administration slashes the State Department’s payroll and turns U.S. foreign policy inward, worries have spread through the U.S. Agency for International Development, which directs most of the government’s development assistance worldwide. Foreign aid accounts for about 1% of the federal...
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