by Sara Carter, Circa

Donald Trump is offering his most detailed explanation to date on how he will shrink government to pay for his massive tax cut plan, saying the federal departments that regulate classrooms and the environment is in for "big league" reductions if he is elected president.

During an interview, while campaigning Thursday in Florida, the GOP nominee said the $154 billion a year U.S. Education Department was getting in the way of local control of schools, and its bureaucracy was ripe to be dramatically slashed in a Trump presidency.

"We want to bring education local so we're going to be cutting the Department of Education big league because we're running our education from Washington D.C. which is ridiculous instead of running it out of Miami or running it out of the different place that we have so many people," Trump told Circa.

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