President Trump Donald John TrumpCould Donald Trump and Boris Johnson be the Reagan-Thatcher of this generation? Merkel Supports Democratic Congresswoman at Trump As China's Currency Manipulation Cheats on America's Trade, MORE says helpers should prepare for substantial budget cuts if re-elected, reversing the sizeable spending that has prompted the White House since taking office Has.
Five people informed The Washington Post about discussions that the government would be better able to cut spending and reduce or discard certain agencies from 2021
However, the cost-cutting goal for a possible second term is to deepen uncertainty over how to tackle the ongoing negotiations with House Democrats on budgeting and raising the debt ceiling, the newspaper said.
Trump Once Upon a Time A vociferous critic criticizing the debt ceiling lift without concessions is now calling for raising the cap to allow more spending and credit, saying it is a "holy thing in our country ", Which should not be used for negotiation.
Finance Minister Steve Mnuchin said the government could run out of money by the beginning of September if the debt ceiling is not increased. He negotiates with spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi Nancy PelosiDHS chief of Pelosi: Financing of the Emergency Frontier Already Has Impact MORE (D-Calif.) On the prospect, although talks on an administrative motion for a spending cut of 150 Billions of dollars stalled.
However, Mnuchin's urge for a deal does not fully match calls from other advisors, including the acting chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney John (Mick) Michael Mulvaney Hill's morning report: Trump goes back from her back Chants Trump faces new deficit hit GOP wants to sign up to Trump signed a budget deal MORE . This dispute threatens to expand to a potential second term of Trump, noted the post.
Democrats have already said that the substantial cuts this time are not new to them, and that they should not agree to such steep cuts should Trump be re-elected to make the future budget cuts, according to The Post.