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Military weapons funding takes hit for border wall

CQ Budget, Ep. 144

A section of the border wall stretches through the Rio Grande Valley sector of the Texas border.
A section of the border wall stretches through the Rio Grande Valley sector of the Texas border. (Jinitzail Hernández/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Military projects championed by key Republican lawmakers would lose $3.8 billion in funding under a Trump administration proposal to divert it to border wall construction. CQ Roll Call senior defense reporter John M. Donnelly joins Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman to talk about the future of the programs and the effect on the lawmakers representing the districts that would be impacted.

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