$4tn plan to eliminate US budget deficit faces scrutiny

A budget plan released by the White House aims to eliminate the US budget deficit after 10 years.

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    A budget plan released by the White House aims to eliminate the US budget deficit after 10 years.

    The $4.1tn-proposal is based on making deep cuts to programmes that help the poor, and by eliminating foreign aid grants.

    Republican and Democrat politicians have reacted with scepticism.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Washington, DC.


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