Verdict Is In: Trump Budget Disastrous For Working Americans

Trump’s budget proposal proves that he simply does not care about the middle-class families who make this country function.  Despite the populist mask he wore during his campaign, Trump’s budget adds a bigger burden to the backs of hardworking Americans in order to lighten the load for millionaires and billionaires.


See some of the headlines from today:


Trump’s budget makes life for the richest easier:


Washington Post: “How Trump’s budget helps the rich at the expense of the poor”


Boston Globe: “What’s in Trump’s budget (hint: not populism)”


CNN Money: “Trump's budget: Big gifts for the rich, big cuts for the poor”


Trump’s budget targets some of the most vulnerable Americans including children, the poor and those with disabilities:


New York Times: “Trump’s Budget Cuts Deeply Into Medicaid and Anti-Poverty Efforts”


Trump’s budget sells out many of his own voters:


Politico: “Trump releases budget hitting his own voters hardest”


CNBC: “A lot of 'red states' would get hit hard by Trump's budget”


NBC News: “Trump’s Own Voters Would Be Among Hardest Hit By His Budget”


Trump’s budget makes pursuing education harder:


The Atlantic: “Trump’s Education Budget Takes Aim at the Working Class”


Washington Post: “Trump’s first full education budget: Deep cuts to public school programs in pursuit of school choice”


NPR: “President Trump's Budget Proposal Calls For Deep Cuts To Education”


And finally, Trump’s budget relies on unrealistic assumptions:


          New York Magazine: “Trump Budget Based on $2 Trillion Math Error”


Vox: “Donald Trump’s budget relies on magic economic growth”


          New York Times: “Trump’s First Budget Works Only if Wishes Come True”