Trump’s budget would slash jobs, pay raises for the middle class

Republicans in Congress and the White House want to shrink the federal workforce to meet a looming federal budget shortfall of more than $800 billion.

Trump has proposed slashing the size of the federal government by half and slashing pay for workers.

Trump also proposed cutting $800 million from the Department of Labor to help pay for the changes.

But the proposed budget, released Wednesday, would leave much of the money the federal agency already spends on unemployment benefits intact.

In fact, the budget cuts nearly $400 billion from the budget that Congress approved in February for the Department for Domestic Preparedness and Emergency Assistance, which includes food stamps, unemployment compensation and other unemployment benefits.

A portion of the $400 million would go toward a $20 billion expansion of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which provides aid to those who are in need of food.

SNAP has long been a key issue in the White Houses race for the White Senate, but it was not included in the budget.

The budget also would cut $5 billion from a $6.7 billion Food for Families program that provides aid for families at risk of homelessness.

The administration also would slash the Food Stamp Program by $400,000, and cut the Food Bank by $500,000.

Other food programs, including the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program for Women, children and senior citizens would also see cuts.

It would also eliminate $5.5 billion for the Supplemental Education for Parents and Their Children program.

The proposed budget would leave $8.8 billion for a $1.6 trillion increase in the National Institutes of Health, according to a summary of the budget released by the Trump administration.

The spending proposal includes $200 million to create a National Endowment for the Arts.

Trump’s proposal comes as Republicans in the House are fighting to save the National Labor Relations Board from a possible takeover by private companies.

The labor board is currently under Democratic control, but Republicans have said they would push for the board to remain in place, which would be a departure from its traditional role as a nonpartisan agency.

Republicans in recent weeks have been pushing to restore the board’s independence and restore the agency’s independence from the White house.

But some Republicans say they are not convinced that Republicans will support such a move.

In response, Trump’s administration is releasing a new plan that calls for the NLRB to become a more bipartisan agency.

The proposal also includes a new federal hiring freeze and $2.5 million to expand the Office of the United States Trade Representative.

The Trump administration has also proposed eliminating the Department’s Office of Management and Budget.

The White House budget would also make a $500 million increase in aid to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

The plan would also boost aid to state and local governments.

Republicans have long been pushing for the federal aid programs to be cut and for the programs to come under the control of the states.

The government would also save $2 billion on the Office for Civil Rights, the government agency charged with protecting civil rights.

The new budget would allow states to keep more of their spending on domestic violence services, which are funded through the Supplemental Appropriations Act.

The House Appropriations Committee is scheduled to consider the budget on Wednesday.

The Budget Office said it would review the budget and release a statement about the proposed cuts later this week.

This story has been updated with additional information.