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While defense gets cut, budget remains bigger than mid-1990s

President Obama went to the Pentagon today to announce a broad, new defense strategy that includes hundreds of billions of dollars in cuts to the current military budget. The president said that despite the cuts, the U.S. would maintain its military "superiority."

Worldview takes a look at the new plan with Lawrence Korb, a senior fellow at Center for American Progress. He was assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan.



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