Detroit fears Trump will reverse its economic revival

Administration is planning to cut back on aid to cities such as Detroit, which has left many worried that its revival will not last.

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    When Detroit filed for bankruptcy in 2013, it was - and still is - the largest US city ever to do so. The Motor City has since emerged from financial ruin much stronger. But now Donald Trump's administration is planning to cut back on aid to cities such as Detroit, which has left many worried that its revival will not last.


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