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      08-19-2019, 10:15 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by doggboy View Post
Yes, Trump is a true rino. He ran on the Republican ticket but is not a politician, he is a pragmatic business man. A. For gov spending, the Pres only signs off what is presented to him by congress, spending bills start in the house. B For foreign policy he is the best President we have had in a long time.
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A. The president has tremendous influence on the budget. As a veto would have torpedoed the huge spending bill, Trumps lack of a veto shows he is just to lazy to fight this battle.
The budget document often begins with the President's proposal to Congress recommending funding levels for the next fiscal year, beginning October 1 and ending on September 30 of the year following. The fiscal year refers to the year in which it ends. However, Congress is the body required by law to pass appropriations annually and to submit funding bills passed by both houses to the President for signature. Congressional decisions are governed by rules and legislation regarding the federal budget process. Budget committees set spending limits for the House and Senate committees and for Appropriations subcommittees, which then approve individual appropriations bills to allocate funding to various federal programs.[2]

If Congress fails to pass an annual budget, then several appropriations bills must be passed as "stop gap" measures. After Congress approves an appropriations bill, it is then sent to the President, who may either sign it into law or veto it. A vetoed bill is sent back to Congress, which can pass it into law with a two-thirds majority in each legislative chamber. Congress may also combine all or some appropriations bills into one omnibus reconciliation bill. In addition, the president may request and the Congress may pass supplemental appropriations bills or emergency supplemental appropriations bills


https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckjo.../#18fe85717693
It appears that President Trump and Congress have reached a deal to increase the debt limit and a two-year budget that will substantially increase the yearly federal deficit. Besides throwing aside any semblance of budget restraint by either political party, it will create $1 trillion plus budget deficits for as long as the eye can see.


B. He has the foreign policy that Robert Taft wanted in 1952. Luckily, Eisenhower got the nomination. Was Eisenhower a "Rino"?

Also, name legislation that the Freedom Caucus has sponsored. They are negative do-nothings, who simply grandstand for Trump whenever possible.
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