nearvideo house set to vote on budget deal that would increase spending by $320 billion.
Texas Republicans-Rep.-Chip Roy weighs in on why some Republicans are against the new house budget bill.
House lawmakers on Thursday approved a budget and debt deal that President Trump had endorsed, even though most Republicans voted against the package.
Although not resources of the government to repel the measure, to any other government, to borrow according to the Ministry of Finance, free to pay the government’s bills and to solidify the last budget gains for military and domestic programs.
The measure to address two major items on Washington’s agenda: the debt ceiling increase by the year 2021, averting a default on US payments, and setting, the total expenditure is limited to prevent $125 billion in automatic cuts from hitting military and domestic programs, with 10 percent cuts in January to start.
Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the democratic Caucus will hold a event on the house steps.
The measure went with a 284-149 vote with the overwhelming “Yes” votes coming from Democrats. In all, 219 Democrats Yes, voted with 65 Republicans voted Yes, 132 Republicans voted “no”, and 16 Democrats voted no.
Democrats rallied behind the legislation, while many house-protesting conservative in General, the measure for not doing enough to curb the budget deficit.
“House Republicans supported the TWO-YEAR BUDGET AGREEMENT, which greatly helps our Military and our vets” Trump tweeted earlier Thursday. “I’m totally with you!”
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The law is expected to to the Senate for approval before it is sent to President Trump’s Desk. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel, R-Ky., said the Senate will consider the planning of the next week.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.