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Trump broke law requiring he send a budget to Congress by Monday

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Many have alleged that President Donald Trump has broken laws. However, by close of business Monday, Trump officially broke the law requiring the president to send a budget to Congress.

According to Roll Call, the first Monday in February is “legally the deadline for sending a president’s budget to Congress.” That deadline came and went, and the site noted that no one seems to care.

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Typically, the president’s policy staff will meet with cabinet secretaries to gather budgets and compile them for Congress. Policy staff then meets with Capitol Hill to estimate which budgetary items will be a tough slog and which are easy to pass.

That deadline came and went with the president’s executive time.


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Buying Biden’s America: The Democratic nominee offers an economic message where Trump fell down on the job

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A teenager didn’t do her online schoolwork — so a judge had her incarcerated

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PONTIAC, Mich. — One afternoon in mid-June, Charisse* drove up to the checkpoint at the Children’s Village juvenile detention center in suburban Detroit, desperate to be near her daughter. It had been a month since she had last seen her, when a judge found the girl had violated probation and sent her to the facility during the pandemic.

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