Trump orders new food aid, food stamps, and job training to combat hunger

President Donald Trump on Monday ordered a new round of food aid and job assistance for low-income Americans, as he pushes to cut back on the country’s ballooning debt.

The White House announced the new steps after a federal judge blocked the administration from enforcing a court order that halted the administration’s rollback of mandatory minimums and other requirements that hurt low-wage workers.

Trump’s action will help about 10 million people get food stamps and other benefits over the next year.

It will also help more than 500,000 people get job training and training in a variety of areas, including nutrition, energy, and child care.

The administration will spend $250 million over three years to train and support those people in new skills and programs, according to a White House official.

The president also ordered a plan to help businesses hire workers who would otherwise be laid off.

The new initiatives will be part of a broader $1.1 trillion plan to tackle the country and tackle the economy’s rising costs, according the official.

Trump also signed an executive order that gives the Labor Department the power to fire anyone found to have violated labor laws, according a White Nationalist website.

The Trump administration will also invest $2 billion to expand and modernize the Department of Labor, which oversees federal workers.

The Department of Education will also get $1 billion to hire more teachers, officials said.

Trump has promised to spend $1 trillion to fix America’s infrastructure, as well as $250 billion to fight opioid addiction, and to make it easier for businesses to hire workers.

In addition to the job assistance, the president also announced he’s ordered an expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit.

The $250 program will help low- and middle-income families earn up to $2,500 per child, the White House said.

The other $250 tax credit will help working families who earn up.

The tax credit is currently available only to families making up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level, according The Wall Street Journal.

The program is aimed at helping families who need help the most and is expected to grow.