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President Trump's budget blueprint is all about "hard power" — increasing the country's military might by slashing foreign aid. The proposed cuts are in contrast to the dramatic boost to foreign aid under President George W. Bush.

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Good morning, I'm David Greene with some bizarre sports highlights.

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ERIC ALVAREZ: Before you ask, yes, I did make this segment with things I found lying around my desk.

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Good morning. I'm David Greene. It is not my goal to put you to sleep. But...

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UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Press 1 to hear the relaxing sounds of the ocean.

GREENE: Ah, the ocean.

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Donald Trump took to Twitter yesterday to criticize Boeing, saying the cost of a future fleet of presidential aircraft was just too high. He then spoke to reporters in the lobby of Trump Tower.

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Good morning, I'm David Greene. In this business, we report on things that happen.

Here's something that didn't happen. The Cleveland Browns did not lose. Something they've done every week this season on their way to an 0-12 record.

Of course they didn't play. This was an off week.

Which means Scott Sabol's unruly beard is growing.

The Cleveland weather man promised he wouldn't shave until the Browns won.

They have four more chances, then a long off season, when in Cleveland, it may get as hard to watch forecasts as it is to watch football.

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