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The Trump administration is set to take a $1.3 billion cut in defense spending, including a $400 billion reduction in funding for the Army, the Air Force and the Navy, as part of the latest round of spending cuts and tax increases that have left many defense workers fearful.

The White House said Monday that the administration would announce an increase in defense funding by $800 billion over the next decade, to $603 billion.

“You’re not gonna die, and you’re not going to have to take any chances,” said Mark Esper, who oversees the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

“We’re going to get the best of the best, and we’re going get the people that we need.”

The administration announced the new plan in a budget memo that was circulated to lawmakers, but the final cut won’t be released until Wednesday.

The Trump transition office said the proposal would be announced at a meeting of the National Security Council, a decision that was met with some confusion among defense contractors and lawmakers.

But it did not explain why the administration decided to cut so much money from the Pentagon.

“This is going to hurt defense contractors, which are facing the biggest budget cuts in history, and this is going be a blow to our entire defense industrial base,” said Bill Burns, a former Pentagon official who served on Trump’s national security advisory council.

“There’s no one person who’s going to be more worried about that than the defense industry.”

Defense contractors are the ones who have been hit hardest by the budget cuts.

They are among the top earners in the military, and some are expected to lose their jobs.

A small number of contractors have managed to keep their jobs despite the cuts.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in a statement that the plan “will be the most significant in our nation’s history.”

The Defense Department’s budget, which was first announced last week, was $1,946 billion, or about 0.4 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product.

The cuts will be spread across a variety of military programs and projects.

The Army will receive $3 billion more than it did in 2019, for instance, and the Air National Guard will see a $500 million increase, the Pentagon said.

The Navy will receive an additional $400 million.

The Air Force will receive a $600 million increase and the Marine Corps will receive another $400,000, the department said.

Meanwhile, the Defense Department is looking to buy a dozen F-35 fighter jets and eight Aegis warships, which will cost an estimated $1 trillion over 10 years.

Those purchases are set to cost $2.4 trillion.

“I’m hoping that the people who have the greatest expertise and know the greatest value are going to see their jobs go,” said Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee.

“These are the people in the best positions to understand how this war can be fought and won, and they’ll be in the most danger.”

Defense Secretary Mattis said the proposed cuts will help ensure the United States can win wars that will end the threat of nuclear proliferation.

“While we cannot yet predict the consequences of these reductions, we know the costs will be minimal and will be achieved through other measures,” Mattis said.

Trump signed the budget proposal into law on March 8.

He said in his first week in office that the president will be “taking aggressive action” against the “vicious enemy of ISIS” and is working to prevent a “major catastrophe.”

But he has yet to unveil any specific plans to do so.

He has said that he is open to discussing how to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis and how to “put the country back together.”

A senior administration official said in an email to reporters that the President “has always made clear that the U.S. will continue to take decisive action to end the use of violence and ensure that our homeland is safe and secure.”

Trump has repeatedly blamed the U,S.

military, including its personnel, for civilian deaths at the hands of Syrian rebels, and has accused his predecessor, President Barack Obama, of “sabotaging” the U’s military capabilities.

He also repeatedly said that Syria should be allowed to remain a battlefield for the U to fight.

The president’s actions have made it a common refrain for Republicans and Democrats alike to warn that the cuts will undermine America’s credibility on the world stage and put Americans in danger.

“If you believe the President is a liar, the president is a criminal,” said Rep. Adam Schiff, D–Calif., a senior member of the House Intelligence Committee.

But Trump has said he believes the cuts are necessary because of the threat posed by North Korea, Iran and Russia.

“They have to come out of the woods, and if they don’t, they’re gonna come back with a vengeance,”

Why is the US military planning to bomb Iraq?

In an interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Monday, Lt.

Gen. Michael T. Flynn, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said that the United States will bomb Iraq, and the US will be ready for war when it happens.

He told Maddow, “If they’re not going to be able to get a war, then the US is going to bomb them.”

He went on to say that if Iraq can’t take out its chemical weapons program, it will be a “catastrophe.”

The US and its allies have been bombing Iraq for years, as the Iraqi government has used banned chemical weapons.

Maddow pointed out that this is a very important distinction.

“There are chemical weapons in Iraq,” she said.

“But you cannot bomb the country that has the most.

It’s called Iraq.”

She added, “There is a different set of standards for bombs in Iraq.”

Maddow then pressed Flynn on the question of whether the United State would be ready to launch a preemptive war.

“It’s not something that’s been talked about in the White House or anywhere else,” he said.

The United States has been engaged in a protracted war in Afghanistan, which has killed an estimated 100,000 people.

This war has created a legacy of resentment toward the United Kingdom, which is not a member of NATO.

In his interview with Maddow last month, Flynn also argued that the US should have a greater presence in Syria, citing its ability to defend its border.

“They have the capabilities to defend themselves against the Syrian government and against the Assad regime and the Russian forces and the Iranian forces,” Flynn said.

He also said that Russia was a “fantastic partner” in Syria.

Maddows pointed out to Flynn that the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, has been fighting for years against rebels that the U.S. supports, such as the Free Syrian Army, which the US supports.

Maddower pointed out again that Flynn said that there are no “nuclear weapons” in Iraq, adding, “You’re right, they do have a stockpile.”

Maddows also pointed out, however, that Russia has been accused of using weapons of mass destruction.

“So we don’t have that stockpile in Iraq that they’re talking about,” Flynn responded.

“And I think that’s an important distinction.”

Flynn also pointed to the military’s plans to begin building the B-2 stealth bomber, which he said would be a deterrent to Iran.

The Pentagon has also been building the F-35 stealth fighter jet, which Flynn said would prevent Iran from “pursuing its nuclear ambitions.”

Maddough asked Flynn about the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.

Flynn said, “I don’t know that he’s been vetted by the military.

I mean, I don’t think he’s gotten that far in his life.

But I think he will be someone who can be the commander-in-chief.”

Maddowski pressed Flynn again on whether he believes the US has a “moral responsibility” to help protect Iraq, but Flynn said he does not think that we do.

“We’ve seen the rise of ISIS in the region.

We’re going to have to do more to stop that, if we’re going, as President Trump said, to get rid of ISIS,” Flynn added.

“I think we have to have a moral responsibility to get our troops out of Iraq, to stop ISIS, and to protect our interests in the Middle East.”

The interview ended on a note of hopefulness for Maddow.

“You guys, I know, you’re not gonna believe this,” she exclaimed.

“The day that you get out, this interview will be the first time that you will ever hear from the president of the United America.”

Watch the MSNBC interview below.

The U.S. economy could shrink by as much as a third this year as U.N. trade panel recommends $500 billion in cuts

By JEFFREY KLEINBERGThe Washington TimesMarch 14, 20206:00 amTotal U.T.S.-China trade is expected to shrink by $500bn over the next two years as the U.n.

Trade Commission recommends cutting more than $1 trillion from U.s. imports and exports in a major overhaul of the world’s most important economic trading pact.

The trade-related reduction, announced by U. N. Trade Representative Jan Eliasson on Wednesday, is likely to spur more U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to demand further cuts in his country’s trade and investment relationship with the U-N, which is expected by some analysts to take a more isolationist stance after Britain voted to leave the bloc.

The U.G.O.C. said the U.-N pact, which was signed in 1973 and ratified in 1987, is now one of the most complex international trading rules in the world.

It has been one of America’s top trading partners since World War II and helped the U -N negotiate its free trade agreements with countries such as Japan and South Korea.

The WTO says that since its inception, the Un trade rules have helped boost trade between the U .

S. and Europe and between the world .

Signed by the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain and the United Nations, the WTO was founded in 1993.

Its rules and regulations govern everything from food and drug safety to health, environment and finance.

Its annual budget is $2.7 trillion and it is one of six trade agencies.

The changes would impact all the U N member states, but the UG.

A.T., the UNAFTA and the UCT are the main ones, the United Nats WTO office said.

The changes would affect U. S. imports, exports, imports of services and the sale of commodities.

In his speech to the Utras trade council in Manila, Mr. Johnson called for the UN to take more responsibility for the rules that govern the trade of its members.

“The U .

N. should have a greater role in negotiating trade agreements, he said.

The commission, which Mr. Eliassons predecessor, Brett Kavanaugh, has called a “tough, tough commission,” said it will propose to the WTO on Wednesday that the Unauthorized Trade in Services Agreement (USTA) be eliminated.

It said that under U.A., goods and services are exempt from Unauditionary Duty, a charge that the WTO says is levied on services by governments to discourage exports of services.

The Trump administration is opposed to removing the charge.

The agreement provides for tariffs on services and other goods imported from other countries, and U. A. is a key item in the UTA, but some U.

As leaders say the trade bloc should focus more on creating domestic markets.

A U.F.O.-based trade expert said the new changes could impact the U,S.

The White House has said it supports a transition of the U A, but said the transition of U A will not begin until the WTO completes its review. “

If they don’t have the UUA, there’s going to be a major reduction in access to the EU,” said John A. Stoltenberg, senior vice president of research at the Institute for Global Development.

The White House has said it supports a transition of the U A, but said the transition of U A will not begin until the WTO completes its review.

Mr. Trump has called the UOA “dead.”

A White House spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The proposal to eliminate the Uuauthorized Transborder Trade Agreement, or UTA for short, was made by Utrac, the trade commission, during a meeting with Mr. Ford, the head of U.C.’s business school, and other top business and government leaders on Wednesday.

The commission said UTA was a “threat to the free trade of the United Kingdom.”

It said the tariff on UTA would not be waived until the U UNAuditionarian Duty is eliminated.

The tariff would only be waived if the UA were not part of the agreement, and the commission said that it did not have the authority to waive tariff.

The UTA is not part the UCA.

The American Chamber of Commerce, a trade group, said it was concerned by the plan to eliminate UTA and other trade barriers.

“This proposal is a clear attack on U.B.s free trade policies and would have a major impact on U .

A.s businesses and workers,” said the group’s president, David McAllister.

The Chamber of Science and Technology, an industry trade group that includes the University of Southern California, said the plan

Trump, McCain rally crowds on fire after fire engulfs their rally

A fire engulfed a Trump rally in Tennessee on Saturday night, leaving dozens of people injured and two police officers injured, authorities said.

Tennessee State Police said in a statement that an officer and a state trooper suffered smoke inhalation and minor injuries after being struck by debris.

“Fire engulfed the rally venue and several people were injured,” Tennessee State Highway Patrol Capt. Brian Jones said in the statement.

The Tennessee State Capitol was closed and the Tennessee Highway Patrol had the fire under control by the time the fire was contained.

The incident happened as hundreds of Trump supporters, some carrying signs that said “Fire” and “Stand Up,” were expected to rally at the site of the rally in nearby Pikeville, a predominantly white area of the state, which has been at the center of a presidential campaign for decades.

Tennessee Gov.

Bill Haslam ordered a state of emergency for the state as a precaution.

Jones said that the state fire marshal’s office would provide additional resources to assist the Tennessee Fire Marshal’s Office.

A video posted on social media shows the crowd, some wearing masks and masks covering their faces, running from the burning building.

The crowd then appears to start walking toward a large white flagpole that has been damaged by the fire.

After the crowd reaches the pole, a white fireman can be seen pushing a stretcher from the building.

A person then runs out of the building, shouting “Get me the ambulance!” before the ambulance arrives.

Trump, who is the Republican nominee for president, had earlier urged supporters to remain at home after the fire occurred.

“I hope we can do better than this,” Trump said at a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Earlier Saturday, Trump also condemned a tweet from a former staffer that suggested a conspiracy against him.

In the tweet, the former staffer, Joe Schmitz, said the President was planning to be assassinated.

The tweet was quickly deleted, but a copy of it was published by the Washington Post.

Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Schmitz’s tweet came after a series of tweets by Trump over the weekend, which were filled with inflammatory comments about race and violence in the United States.

I would like to personally apologize to @SenTedCruz for the tweet I wrote the other day, which included racist and inflammatory comments that I deeply regret.

We are moving forward as one united people.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 18, 2020 On Saturday, he tweeted: “This is why we need unity in America.”

The Twitter user in question, who went by the handle @POTUS_John, told The Associated Press that he was a former Republican National Committee staffer who worked for Trump in the 1980s and 1990s.

His account was suspended for three hours Saturday.

An employee at a local McDonalds franchise said that he heard the commotion and saw flames coming from a nearby building.

Pizza Hut employee Andrew Hahn, who was sitting near the restaurant, told AP that he didn’t see any flames but saw smoke billowing from a window.

He said he had not seen any smoke or flames but said the restaurant was mostly empty and people were leaving the restaurant.

At a news conference, Haslam called the fire “a major disaster” and said that a full investigation was underway.

As the crowd was leaving the building at around 11 p.m., he said: “I am not sure how we’re going to move forward from here.”

“We’re going through this together,” Haslam said.

Hours later, Trump tweeted a picture of the injured troopers with a caption that said: #SOTU, @SenRandPaul & @SenBob Corker were injured in the incident.

Our prayers are with all those injured.

We will be fully transparent and transparently reporting all our facts, and getting our people the answers they need.

— Don McPhee (@DonMcPhee) November 20, 2020