The President plans to ask for a $750 billion budget for military defense and emergency fund in 2020.
The President is set to ask for $544 billion for the base defense budget and $9 billion for his national emergency fund.
The whopping number includes a $718 billion budget from the Pentagon.
The rest of the $160 billion will be for the funding of, OCO or Overseas Contingency Operations, which pays for military operations in countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
The overall budget would be a 4.7 percent increase than Trump’s 2019 budget which was only $8.5 billion.
The Democrat controlled House of Representatives could oppose the budget deal but nothing will be set in motion until Tuesday this week.
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