President Donald Trump's $686 billion defense budget for 2019 would increase missile defense spending by more than 25 percent over the Pentagon's 2018 request, underscoring the administration's concern about North Korea's expanding ballistic missile and nuclear programs.
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President Donald Trump’s budget director, Mick Mulvaney, told a a Senate budget hearing Tuesday that, as a member of Congress, he would have not voted for the budget deal he crafted.
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