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Same old, same old and 6 other takeaways on Trump’s budget: President Trump’s budget proposal for the next fiscal year funds some of his major priorities – including a wall along the border with Mexico and a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan.

Unveiled Monday, the $4.4 trillion spending plan now heads to the GOP-controlled Congress where it’s expected to get a cool reception even from key Republican lawmakers who already rejected many of the same cuts proposed in the president’s 2018 budget plan Trump proposed last year.

In addition, Senate Democrats are likely to fight Trump’s decision not to recommend funding domestic programs as much as a recently negotiated congressional spending deal would allow. The budget proposes spending $57 billion less in domestic spending than Congress authorized just three days ago.

Here are seven takeaways from the budget:

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Same old, same old and 6 other takeaways on Trump’s budget: President Trump’s budget proposal for the next fiscal year funds some of his major priorities – including a wall along the border with Mexico and a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan.Unveiled Monday, the $4.4 trillion spending plan now heads to the GOP-controlled Congress where it’s expected to get a cool reception even from key Republican lawmakers who already rejected many of the same cuts proposed in the president’s 2018 budget plan Trump proposed last year.In addition, Senate Democrats are likely to fight Trump’s decision not to recommend funding domestic programs as much as a recently negotiated congressional spending deal would allow. The budget proposes spending $57 billion less in domestic spending than Congress authorized just three days ago.Here are seven takeaways from the budget:Same old, same old and 6 other takeaways on Trump’s budget: President Trump’s budget proposal for the next fiscal year funds some of his major priorities – including a wall along the border with Mexico and a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan.Unveiled Monday, the $4.4 trillion spending plan now heads to the GOP-controlled Congress where it’s expected to get a cool reception even from key Republican lawmakers who already rejected many of the same cuts proposed in the president’s 2018 budget plan Trump proposed last year.In addition, Senate Democrats are likely to fight Trump’s decision not to recommend funding domestic programs as much as a recently negotiated congressional spending deal would allow. The budget proposes spending $57 billion less in domestic spending than Congress authorized just three days ago.