Government stimulus spending is on the way.
And the administration is trying to sell it as the biggest in the history of the federal government.
But it is a little more than that, and it depends on the details.
The stimulus is a huge amount of money, a trillion dollars in total, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
It is being spent in a very big way.
It is the largest federal spending program in history, the Office of Management and Budget says.
It would be nearly $200 billion over 10 years if all of the stimulus money were spent in the same fiscal year.
That would be about $50 billion more than President Trump’s budget.
That is still a lot of money for a very small amount of government spending.
And it is being used to pay for everything from schools to roads and other infrastructure, to pay the bills of the military.
The government has also spent millions of dollars on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP, which provides food aid to low-income people.
But that program is now slated to be cut in half, and many states have cut SNAP benefits.
President Trump said in a tweet that the $1.5 trillion in spending in the stimulus will go to “job creators.”
The president also announced that he was ordering the end of the war on drugs.
The drug war, he said, has cost the economy more than $1 trillion in lost jobs.
But the president is not using the money to pay down debt.
Trump said he would put $5 trillion into infrastructure, and the administration has promised to do so, though some experts say the money could end up going toward things like roads, bridges and airports.
Trump’s budget says the money would pay for things like the Department of Veterans Affairs, which has been cutting benefits for vets and their families.
It would also pay for programs that would help people who are on disability or food stamps, such as the Pell Grant program for college students.
But the budget also said the money will not be used to cover the costs of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as the war in Puerto Rico.
It will not pay for other war expenses, such the cost of the border wall and the military operations in Yemen.
The president also is proposing to cut funding for public schools.
He has proposed a $1,200 tax credit for every child who attends a public school, or $400 per child who is not enrolled in a public-school system.
That is the lowest level of the proposed tax credit, and is $100 less than what the president proposed for students who are in charter schools.
President Barack Obama proposed $1 billion in spending for public education in his 2013 stimulus bill.
That amount was about $1 million per school, according the Congressional Research Service.
But that does not include money for Head Start programs, which provide free preschool to nearly 7 million children in the United States.