We finally have a President in office that understands the meaning of “Fiscal Discipline”. Trump’s budget makes the tough spending cuts needed, $4.3 trillion over 10 years, to begin our nation’s climb out of unsustainable debt and economic stagnation, and back to positive growth and future prosperity.

Washington Examiner – Leading fiscal conservatives are showering President Trump’s first federal budget proposal with some of their highest praise: comparisons to Ronald Reagan.

“This is the most fiscally conservative budget since Reagan,” Chris Edwards, director of tax policy studies at the Cato Institute and editor of Downsizing Government, told the Washington Examiner.

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, called it a “very strong budget” and said it’s what the 40th president himself would have submitted if he had both a Republican House and Senate. Democrats controlled the House for all eight years of the Reagan administration, one of the reasons conservatives cite for why even Reagan was unable to achieve enduring federal spending cuts.

Norquist then went a step further. “This is a Reaganite, limited-government, anti-waste and anti-duplication budget,” he said. “It certainly makes those Republican critics who said that Trump would be a big-spending populist look like idiots.”

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