US House Republicans announced on Tuesday a budget that predicted a $ 3 trillion cut in social security contributions and other internal networking networks, significantly fueling Military Spending, a project that criticized conservatives and moderates.

GOP Plan Authorized by the House Budget Committee chair Diane Black, Republican-Tenn. It is extremely important that the GOP hopes to give one of the top priorities of President Donald Trump - a Republican effort to revise the Fiscal Code.

GOP budgetary measures

Nevertheless, it is not entirely clear whether GOP leaders can take fiscal measures to Congress. Conservatives want a larger package of cuts to accompany the bill for tax audits this fall, while moderates are linked to software cuts, such as food stamps can go far.

The budget chairman announced on Wednesday a vote, but the whole house's actions may be delayed by endless disputes between the factions of the GOP.

Medicare is the second largest mandatory social security program and the GOP plan again proposes to return Medicare to a similar coupon program in which future retirees will secure a fixed benefit which will enable them to purchase health care insurance coverage in the open market.

Republicans have pushed the proposal every year since they became the majority in Congress in 2011 but never tried to fulfill it - and it will not change now, even with Republicans as president. Trump opposes the idea.

The plan, at least in theory, promises to remove the lapses in the budget through unprecedented and politically inadequate budget cuts.

Calls for more budgetary provisions

It calls for $ 700 billion or more deficit this year to $ 9 billion in surplus by 2027.

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This will be $ 5.4 trillion, which includes nearly $ 500 billion.

From Medicare, $ 1.5 billion from Medicaid and Obama's Health Law, along with comprehensive reductions in benefits such as federal employees' pensions, stamps, tax credits and food for working poor people.

However, in years to come, the move of the GOP is budget intervention. It will add nearly $ 30 billion to Trump's $ 668 billion bid for national defense, which now exceeds the existing $ 54 billion headline.

But while Trump offered $ 54 billion in local agencies and foreign aid, the GOP's budget plan would recover most of the cuts, reducing agencies that are not hedging $ 5 billion. And with more than $ 4 trillion savings promised by mandatory programs like Medicare, the plan suggests that only $ 203 billion will be spent this year.

Democrats have focused their fire on a comprehensive but not binding plan, promising to break down almost all aspect of the budget, apart from social security, defense, and veterans.