White House orders gov’t to continue Trump’s budget plans for 2022

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The budget office of the White House instructs federal agencies to continue prepping the Trump Administration budget proposal for the next fiscal year (October 2021 – September 2022).

The White House budget proposal is typically issued in February, which would be at least two weeks after President Trump is scheduled to depart the White House. He lost the Nov. 3 election to former vice president Joe Biden, who is set to be sworn in on Jan. 20, though Trump has refused to accept the results…

“They’re pretending nothing happened,” one of the officials said. “We’re all supposed to pretend this is normal, and do all this work, while we know we’re just going to have to throw it away.”

The Washington Post

This file has been dated by when the news broke since we do not have specific days that agencies were told to continue with the budget.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2020/11/10/trump-federal-budget-post-election/

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Dates on Trump File reflect when something happens, not when it's first reported.

The budget office of the White House instructs federal agencies to continue prepping the Trump Administration budget proposal for the next fiscal year (October 2021 – September 2022).

The White House budget proposal is typically issued in February, which would be at least two weeks after President Trump is scheduled to depart the White House. He lost the Nov. 3 election to former vice president Joe Biden, who is set to be sworn in on Jan. 20, though Trump has refused to accept the results…

“They’re pretending nothing happened,” one of the officials said. “We’re all supposed to pretend this is normal, and do all this work, while we know we’re just going to have to throw it away.”

The Washington Post

This file has been dated by when the news broke since we do not have specific days that agencies were told to continue with the budget.

Source

https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2020/11/10/trump-federal-budget-post-election/

Photo: Gage Skidmore

NOTE FROM TF

Some files are incomplete as the site is still young and Trump world moves fast. Please use the source links to read further if a topic interests you or if you doubt its authenticity. I plan to go back and build on every file in the future.

If there is content you'd like to add context to or something that should be corrected, please contact us by clicking here or email us at trumpfile@protonmail.com

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