Trump asks Cabinet members to slash budgets in attempt to lower federal deficit

President Trump is asking his cabinet members to slash their budgets, amid criticism about the rising federal deficit ahead of the midterms. Ginger Gibson political correspondent for Reuters, joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” to discuss Wednesday’s political news.

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