I'm still amused by US citizens worrying about the state of their economy. The last time I looked, your economy was growing - and by over 2%. Contrast that with pretty much everywhere in Europe where economies are either flatlining (e.g. UK) or going into reverse. Oh, several European countries are implementing austerity measures to reduce their deficit - those are going down really well with their citizens (NOT!) - so any politician that thinks they can create a significant dent in the deficit (apparently the US spends 1.5x what it receives in federal taxation) without severely financially disadvantaging a significant chunk of the electorate is living in cloud cuckoo land.
All politicians make promises they either (a) have no intention of keeping, or (b) would like to keep but know there's a snowball's chance in hell of them being able to do so due to external factors. How much of the current administration failing to do stuff has been because they haven't tried, and how much because they've brought legislation before Congress only to have it kicked out by the opposition?
I've seen several comments along the lines of "Biden is lying" or "Lyin' Ryan". To which I'll say: try and find a senior politician from either party who always tells the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. There's an old joke that springs to mind: "How can you tell if a politician is lying?" "His mouth is open."
As for the military, you do realise that the US spends more on its military than the next fourteen biggest spending countries combined - i.e. you spend more on your military than China, Russia, the UK, France, Japan, Saudi Arabia, India, Germany, Brazil, Italy, South Korea, Australia and Canada put together. I somehow think you could introduce significant cuts to the military and still spend significantly more on it than anyone else. Annual above inflation increases in military spending aren't going to make you any safer while causing even more pressure on the budget.