Locked out from History (Photo Gallery)
With President Trump's budget cuts looming, What other historical sites are in the crosshairs?
Philadelphia is known worldwide as the place where liberty and freedom were born on July 4, 1776. When walking around the Independence Hall area, you step back into time while seeing landmarks like the Liberty Bell, or a copy of the Declaration of Independence,and rooms within Independence Hall where the Constitution was debated. These buildings as well as the artifacts inside are considered national treasures.
Recently President Trump has proposed budget cuts for national landmarks that are in the range of 13 percent. If the budget is passed, there is a chance that many landmarks throughout the country would have to close their doors to the public. In the city of brotherly love, what historical landmarks are in danger of being closed? We take a look at a couple buildings that have fallen victim to the cuts so far and what other building are in the crosshairs.