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President Trump on Friday canceled his plans for a military parade this fall in Washington, blaming local officials for inflating the costs, saying they “know a windfall when they see it.”

Mr. Trump said he would instead attend another parade planned at Joint Base Andrews this year and a military parade in Paris.

On Thursday, the Pentagon said that Trump’s parade to celebrate the military could be postponed to 2019, as officials said the event could cost more than $90 million. The parade was initially scheduled for Nov. 10 of this year. In his tweet, Mr. Trump allowed for the possibility of a parade in 2019.

Source: Trump’s military parade scheduled for Veterans Day postponed by Pentagon – CNNPolitics

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