Photographs by AP/SUSAN WALSH
James Knable helps to unpack copies Monday of the President’s FY19 Budget after it arrived at the House Budget Committee office on Capitol Hill.
Originally published February 13, 2018 at 04:30a.m., updated February 13, 2018 at 10:24a.m.
WASHINGTON -- The White House released a tax and spending plan Monday that would not eliminate the federal budget deficit after 10 years, its first public acknowledgment that large spending increases and the $1.5 trillion tax cut are putting pressure on the government's debt.
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