I’m not strong. You’re probably looking for strength and I don’t have it. I want the challenge. But I just like the feeling of being under the ball and being a part of the game. That was a big turning point where I finally felt like I could do this.
Is there a stage act you can point to, or a choreographer that’s affected your approach?
I would probably say my coach, Dave Miller. He took me out of the box and helped me get me out there on stage. He was always pushing me and pushing me until I understood things that I wasn’t getting from people on the floor. That helped me become a better dancer.
On Tuesday, President Trump’s nominee for head of the Office of Management and Budget — a position tasked with designing a plan to overhaul much of the federal government — unveiled what many observers said was a very, very thin set of proposals.
In short, Trump plans for the OMB to come up with its own, unique “skinny” health care legislation, with its own “bare skin” entitlement programs, and a new “unlimited-scope” military budget that he said could grow as high as $6 trillion over 10 years.
And that wasn’t even the most surprising thing about John F. Mulvaney’s new budget proposal. What is remarkable about him is how little he is actually proposing to cut.
In the speech, Mulvaney outlined his broad vision of how the federal government should operate, the types of spending he believes he should shrink and what kind of cuts — if any — it should make. Those ideas echo the “skinny budget” Mulvaney laid out earlier this month when he offered the President at a White House event (and repeatedly later), but instead of actually proposing a budget document, the former member of Congress (and Budget Committee staffer) simply outlined the broad outlines of his budget priorities — and said he was still open to negotiations with the Administration that would lead to those priorities being adopted.
Mulvaney is not the first person to offer a budget as a way to start negotiating a deal — that was the approach taken by President Reagan in 1981, for instance — but the new proposal seems to signal another willingness to do so with Congress.
Mulvaney proposed not cutting Social Security benefits (although he did propose phasing out the program over eight years) as part of his budget but instead keeping benefits intact for older workers (with fewer benefits
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