The Defense Department will reprogram an additional $1.5 billion originally designated for other U.S. military projects to help fund president donald trump’s border wall, acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan said Friday, a move immediately decried by Democrats as a way of side-stepping congressional oversight.
The Defense Department will reprogram an additional $1.5 billion originally designated for other U.S. military projects to help fund President Donald Trump’s border wall, acting defense secretary.
Pentagon Will Shift an Additional $1.5 Billion to Help Fund Trump’s border wall sunday, May 12, 2019 at 3:53 pm | ‘ " (The Washington Post) –
The Pentagon has diverted an additional $1.5 billion in Defense Department. in order to fund President Donald Trump's border wall, acting Defense Secretary. Some of the diverted money will be taken from personnel accounts and an. for $1.8 billion in additional money for this fiscal year to help repair.
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The Pentagon is shifting $1.5 billion in funds to help pay for construction of 80 miles of wall at the U.S.- Mexican border, officials said Friday.. targeted for support of the afghan security forces and other projects, The combined total of $2.5 billion is in response to President Donald Trump's declaration of a.
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Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has approved the transfer of $1.5 billion from Pentagon coffers – including more than $600 million from an Afghan security forces account – to build more than 120 miles of barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a Pentagon statement released Friday.