Trump’s military parade postponed until 2019

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Donald Trump’s military parade is being pushed back.

The parade was originally scheduled for November 10, 2018, but Pentagon officials say they will explore opportunities in 2019.

This announcement comes hours after news outlets reported the parade would cost $92 million, an amount more than three times the initial estimate.

In July, officials said the parade would cost about $10 to $30 million.

Trump proposed the D.C. parade shortly after attending a Bastille Day military parade in Paris.

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