Food Stamps help put food on the table for more than 40 million Americans—largely working families with kids. But President Trump’s budget cuts $214 billion—about 30 percent of the funding for the program
Billionaire Education Secretary Betsy DeVos never taught in, administered, attended, or sent her kids to public schools. While she deserves an “incomplete” in experience, the Trump administration’s budget gets an “F” for failing kids from pre-K through college.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump traveled across the country promising to save workers’ jobs and paychecks. But now, President Trump’s budget turns its back on those workers.
President Trump pledged not to make cuts in Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, but now he’s broken the promise and proposed a budget that cuts funds for those programs by $675 billion over 10 years.
In December, President Trump and the Republican Congress pushed through $1.5 trillion in trickle-down tax cuts. Now we know who Trump wants to pick up the tab: YOU.
With a net worth of more than $100 billion, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is the world’s wealthiest man. But the warehouse workers who helped make him rich are underpaid and micromanaged.
From trickle-down tax cuts to winking at wage theft, the Trump administration is shortchanging working women