White House restoring $2.2B in military construction funds Trump diverted to border wall

By Tony Bertuca / June 11, 2021 at 3:42 PM
The White House announced today it would restore $2.2 billion in remaining unobligated military construction funds former President Trump previously redirected to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border without the approval of Congress. The $2.2 billion will fund 66 military construction projects that Trump ordered deferred in 11 states, three territories and 16 countries. The restoration includes $10 million for the Missile Field Expansion at Ft. Greely, AK. "The field is part of the U.S. defenses against North Korean...

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