How Clinton and Trump Differ on Military Spending

A look at the presidential hopefuls' approaches to the defense budget and the VA.
2:06 | 10/17/16

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Very we have to make our military. Bigger better stronger than ever before so that nobody messes with us and in the long run it's going to save us we must only send our troops into harm's way. As a last resort not a first choice that we protect Japan and we protect Saudi Arabia we protect Germany we protect. Will like the policeman to the world we protect everybody. When they say that our military budget is many times that of any other country of course and as we protect everybody. They cannot impose arbitrary limits. And something as important as our military that makes no sense at all. As soon as I take office I will ask congress to fully eliminate the defense request and was submitted new budget to rebuild our military it is so depleted. Giving that panic on the state law. Predictable. Funding it needs to make Smart investments. We will build an active army of around 540. House. One of the first things I will do as president. Is to call for a new nuclear posture review. We have to make sure that America's arsenal is prepared to me. Use your friends the modernization of our military we'll spurs substantial. New job creation that's modern eyes. Our army and Marines are Canadian airports are postcard we need to respond to evolving threats. As president I will make it clear. It the United States will treat cyber attacks just like any other attack. We are going to build a 21 century department of veterans of fares that delivers world class care. And we are not going to let anyone privatize. The DEA. That are rebuilding our depleted military equation as people they have all the equipment and we're not taking care of our bill. And we are going to take care of our very very great veterans and members.

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