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20 February 2019 By Martin Langfield

The new president’s plan to trim $270 bln from ruinous social-security spending is smartly aimed. Shoot much higher and supporters and lawmakers might balk entirely; much lower and foreign investors might not take him seriously. Now the congressional haggling begins.

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