Newsweek article 3.

What to know about the president’s proposed budget for FY2018 and beyond article The administration is proposing a $5.2 trillion spending plan that includes a large increase in defense spending, including $832 billion for the Pentagon’s next budget cycle.

Trump’s budget plan includes an additional $50 billion for border security, $60 billion for infrastructure and $10 billion for energy and infrastructure projects.

However, it also includes $7.5 billion for a plan to improve mental health and $8 billion for combating drug abuse.

The president is expected to announce a second round of his FY2019 budget proposal in the coming weeks.

The White House has released its FY2018 FY2019 request, which is expected in the fall.

The FY2019 proposal includes the following: $3.5 trillion for a military buildup and modernization to meet the threat of global threats.

$2.5 to $3 trillion for defense procurement and modernization.

$1.5 for energy, infrastructure, science, research, and development, and $1 billion for other spending priorities.

The budget also proposes to expand the Department of Energy’s (DOE) research, development, test, and evaluation budget to $10.4 trillion and provide $1 trillion to fund the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).

It also proposes funding for an advanced research program in biotechnology and $4.5.billion for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Office of Science.

It is unclear if these new spending priorities will be part of the FY2019 spending plan.

The administration has said it will keep the FY2018 defense spending plan, as well as the FY2024 spending plan and the FY2020 defense funding proposal, under wraps until the end of the fiscal year on Oct. 15.

This year’s budget proposal will be released in the next few weeks.

In an interview with Politico last month, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said that the president wanted to present a balanced and realistic budget.

But, he said, the White House was working to find the best path forward.

“We will look at what the best budget is,” Mulvane said.

“We will work to make sure that we have the best spending and the best tax and spend.”

The administration’s FY2018 budget proposal, however, has not been released. 

The White House is also expected to release the FY19 budget proposal this fall, and is expected later this month to release an FY2023 budget proposal. 

Trump’s budget has been controversial in the past, and in the first year of his administration, the administration did not publish its full FY2019 blueprint, which included some spending cuts and tax increases.

But Mulvay and the Trump White House have said they want to release a budget proposal that will include “major investments” in education, infrastructure and research. 

“It’s been clear for a long time that President Trump has made his priorities and his priorities are very much in alignment with his base,” said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

“His base is very much aware that the military and homeland security are priorities and that he has a very clear view of what he wants to do.” 

A Trump administration official told Newsweek that the administration will release a final budget proposal to Congress before the end “of the year.” 

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