The administration argues that the budget doesn't cut Medicare benefits to seniors but makes better use of taxpayers' dollars and helps reduce Medicare spending by lowering prescription drug costs.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
Russ Vought was grilled by the House Budget Committee about the high deficits and deep spending cuts in President Donald Trump's proposed $4.7 trillion budget.
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