A syndicated report by the Associated Press, making its way through major news outlets, refers to the disastrous management plan as “a new Trump administration proposal.”
As stated back in October by the chair of the WHBAB, the proposal was presented to Congress and it’s up to Congress to act on it (full quote at this post).
Of course, the executive branch will own it if the President signs a bill that funds it.
Although legislators are working out the details of the new spending bill, which will eventually end up on the President’s desk, we really don’t know what he’s been told about America’s wild horses.
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