President Donald Trump appeared to reverse his previously stated position on cutting funding for Social Security Thursday and Twitter users took him to task for it,
The proposed rule change is expected to increase the number of disability reviews and cut benefit payouts by more than $2 billion.
"I don't understand why some folks run as if the internet doesn't exist," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
The hashtag trended on Twitter as Biden and Bernie Sanders continue to clash over the VP's history on cutting benefits.
Christmas Eve has been declared a federal holiday, so operating hours of services such as post offices and social security offices may vary.
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By 1984, James Thompson ventured for a fresh start in Denver, Colorado and took on "his former customer's name."
The Social Security Administration issued a contingency plan this month, outlining how it would remain in operation as some federal workers get furloughed and other programs shut down.
After instituting a $1.5 trillion tax cut, the Senate majority leader said Tuesday that the only way to lower the record-high federal deficit would be to cut entitlement programs.
The Social Security program could be insolvent by 2034, government trustees warned in June.
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A long-awaited analysis admits infrastructure and welfare programs will have to be reformed to pay for the Republican tax bill.
Senate Democrats are warning constituents that the newly passed Republican tax overhaul could lead to significant cuts to entitlement programs.
The Florida senator says that increased deficit spending will require cuts to entitlements.
Palm Beach County's mayor says tax hikes or budget cuts could occur unless it's reimbursed for the president's visits.
Trump's budget takes from the poor to make the super-rich even richer.
The president wants to boost defense spending and gut funding for other agencies.
The president will unveil economic plans Tuesday night with an address before Congress.
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Donald Trump had promised no changes to Social Security, but Congress may have other ideas.