Trump wildly claims that Obama is behind White House leaks

Pablo Tucker
March 1, 2017

The president is also looking to cut foreign aid, which makes up 1% percent of United States annual budget, White House budget officials told reporters during a call given under the condition of anonymity.

Trump has proposed increasing military spending, slashing foreign aid and cutting domestic spending while protecting entitlements such as Medicare and Social Security, two of the biggest drivers of the federal deficit. "Now with all of that being said, I just thought it would be better if I didn't do the dinner", Trump told Ainsley Earhardt, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade.

"I think that President Obama is behind it because his people are certainly behind it", Trump added.

TRUMP: No, I think he is behind it.

Trump will give more details about his budget plan in an address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night. But on balance, given what we know about Trump's business practices, it actually makes total sense that he wouldn't see liking someone and going against them as mutually exclusive concepts.

EPA employees have told CNN that many inside the agency are still in denial about the incoming cuts to their budget, despite the fact that Trump and Scott Pruitt, the newly approved EPA administrator, pledged to trim the agency.

"We are going to be doing things having to do with other countries because we are treated very very unfairly..." The New York Times also has been the subject of a litany of negative recent tweets from the president.

"Trillions of dollars of value have been created since I was elected", he said.

"We have right now hundreds and hundreds of massive deals that are tied up with environmental regulations".

The proposal for the increase would be reviewed by Congress and likely to be passed with the support of the majority of Republicans.

On immigration measures which have expanded the scope of deportable offences, the president said he was only following through on campaign promises to remove "bad people". They are the enemy of the people. "I would have a good time and the press would say I look like I wasn't having a good time".

Mr Trump has insisted that agents are targeting risky criminals, not ordinary people.

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