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Thread: 17-03-16: Sean Spicer

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    17-03-16: Sean Spicer

    Thereís this assumption in Washington, Jonathan, that if you get less money it's a cut. And I think that the reality is that in a lot of these thereís efficiencies, duplicity, ways to spend money better. And I think if you're wasting a lot of money, thatís not a true dollar spent.
    -- White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, defending the President's proposed budget, which allocates significantly less money to the National Institutes of Health, and repeating the claim made the previous day by the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, Mick Mulvaney, that the NIH would not actually be seeing any cuts.

    Pete (just couldn't pass this up)
    Last edited by Plezercruz; 03-17-2017 at 11:08 AM.

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    He put "cut" in "air quotes" so it makes "total sense."
    "I guess I just hate the fact there is public property at all." - Mr. Raceboy.

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    RIP last Rainbow Unicorn ever. #MAGA

    "I guess I just hate the fact there is public property at all." - Mr. Raceboy.

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