The Hill’s Morning Report — U.S. President Donald Trump’s largest economic hits so far in 2018: $1.5trillion.
President Trump’s new budget includes $1 trillion in revenue for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as $2 billion for the Environmental Protection Agency, $1 billion for Amtrak, and $1 million for the U.N. World Food Program.
It also contains $300 million to boost the National Park Service and $350 million to bolster the Department for the Environment.
The Department of Energy is projected to generate $1,200 million for its science and technology programs.
The State Department is projected by the budget to produce $1billion in new spending over 10 years.
Trump’s budget also includes $750 million for NASA, and it includes $350,000 to make grants to small businesses, and the Pentagon’s defense budget is expected to be $3.8 trillion.
But the biggest hit to the Pentagon comes in the form of the Defense Department’s budget.
The budget contains $1trillion in new funding, as opposed to the $1bn previously requested.
That includes $600 million to train U.K. troops, as the defense budget in 2019 is expected by the Pentagon to be over $1tn.
The White House’s new proposal includes $500 million for U.k. troops and $750m for the Royal Marines to provide more support for NATO allies in the event of an attack on Europe.