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Subscriber Special: Wall Street Journal, Our Letter to President Donald Trump

September 24, 2018 10:00 AM
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"As commander in chief, President Donald Trump can lead the ‘War on Waste.' We are asking the president to defend the American taxpayer
and cut the egregious waste, fraud, and taxpayer abuse."
 
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Today, in The Wall Street Journal, we launched a two-page display ad encouraging President Donald Trump to wage a three-pronged attack against federal waste:
 
1. Post White House expenditures online
2. Cut executive agency waste
3. Report monthly progress to the public. 
 
Our advertisement also details 100 examples of federal waste, including $1.2 trillion wasted on mistaken and improper payments among 20 federal agencies; billions of dollars spent conferring 43 days of paid time off for federal bureaucrats each year; millions of dollars wasted on federal grants that fund video games, sex education for prostitutes, and frivolous studies – i.e. $1 million to study ‘where it hurts the most to be stung by a bee.'
 
As commander in chief, President Trump can start a nonpartisan War on Waste.
 
Read our letter to President Donald Trump and 100 examples of federal waste – as published today in The Wall Street Journal.
 
Read our press release, click here.
 
 Remember, It's Your Money! Join the Transparency Revolution!
 
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Adam Andrzejewski (say: Angie-eff-ski)
CEO & Founder, OpenTheBooks.com
 
Thomas W. Smith
Chairman
 
Dr. Tom Coburn
Former U.S. Senator (Okla.) & Honorary Chairman
 

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