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For a president who doesn't sweat details, a new budget gets short shrift

WASHINGTON - By his new annual budget, President Trump confirmed on Monday that he intends to keep up his multi-billion-dollar fight for a border wall for the 2020 fiscal year that starts Oct. 1: He proposed $8.6 billion in new spending and several billion more to reimburse other accounts he plans to tap in the meantime for additional wall money.

He also plans to push back his promise

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