White House Promises Painful Spending Cuts if Democrats Oppose Border Bailout | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

White House Promises Painful Spending Cuts if Democrats Oppose Border Bailout

Two agencies must soon cut spending on airport security, border inspections, and child care centers unless Democrats approve $4.5 billion to manage Central American migration across the southern border, say the agency chiefs.
“We cannot stress enough the urgency of immediate passage of emergency supplemental funding,” says the four-page, June 12 letter from top appointees at the Department of Health and Human Security and the Department of Homeland Security. The letter warns:

If DHS does not receive additional funding, it will be forced to take drastic measures in August that will impact other critical programs … All DHS components, including the Transportation Security Administration, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the Coast Guard, and portions of CBP supporting legal trade and travel, will be required to redirect manpower and funding to support measures to address the crisis.

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