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Conservative critics pounce on President Trump's budget plan

With a projected deficit of $984 billion, critics of the White House budget proposal ask if the Republican Party has abandoned small government; reaction and analysis from Ryan Streeter, director of domestic policy studies for American Enterprise Institute.
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