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Trump's military parade could be delayed until next year

President Donald Trump watches the annual Bastille Day military parade in France. Photo: Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

The highly anticipated military parade proposed by President Trump that was originally slated for November 10, could be delayed until next year, reports the Washington Post citing a Pentagon spokesperson.

Why it matters: The delay is likely due to a significant increase in cost, first reported by CNBC, which was allegedly raised $80 million to $92 million, from the original $12 million estimate.

Go deeper: The intra-media debate over coordinated critiques of Trump

The Boston Globe's front page at the Newseum
The Boston Globe's front page at the Newseum. Photo: Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images

The Boston Globe launched a campaign with hundreds of U.S. newspapers Wednesday evening criticizing President Trump for calling the American press an "enemy of the people."

The big picture: Though many organizations are participating in the campaign, several others have been critical of the effort. They argue that the president, like other United States citizens, has the right to his opinions about the press, and that the campaign infringes upon them.