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“It ought to be for government as well,” he added.

In addition to the extra facilities funding, the House bills would also keep billions of dollars worth of National Guard aircraft the administration wants to scrap.

They would also fund the continued production of Global Hawk surveillance drones and restore cuts to purchases of Abrams battle tanks and Virginia-class submarines.

The House budget plan, authored by Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, pays for the additional defense spending with cuts to social welfare programs.