President Donald Trump announced new policies to help families in the middle of the night.
Trump signed the “America’s Families” executive order, which outlines the next steps in advancing federal programs designed to assist Americans at any time of the day.
The administration’s $350 million initiative is aimed at helping children ages 5 and under and working families make healthier food choices during the week, as well as families who struggle with eating disorders.
The $7.9 billion food stamp program provides up to $11 billion per year to help Americans in the low-income and working poor, and is helping millions of Americans meet the basic needs of their families, the president said.
Trump also announced a $500 million food stamp reduction program and $1 billion to fight hunger in communities across the country.
The president also announced the creation of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, which will offer free hotlines to victims of domestic violence.
Trump also announced new steps to combat online harassment and harassment of women online, including expanded use of technology and new tools to combat it.
Trump also signed an executive order that will improve the handling of federal student aid by eliminating a practice known as the “backdoor payment.”
The order directs all students and their parents to receive a notice from the Department of Education’s Federal Trade Commission stating they may not participate in online shopping through websites that sell or rent online games or other products that could be used to access student aid.
The announcement of the Trump administration’s online abuse initiative comes after the president announced new measures to prevent sexual assault.
“This was a coordinated attack that has been going on for a long time and is very real,” Trump said on Twitter on Friday, speaking from the White House.
“I have ordered my Department of Justice to investigate this matter.
It cannot be tolerated.”
He added: “This is not acceptable.
The American people deserve it to be addressed immediately.”
“They are targeting this woman’s life.
This is about my daughters and grandchildren and they are targeting them too,” Trump told reporters Saturday.
“I think we have to make it clear, we have a huge federal budget for social security and a massive federal education budget, so we have no choice but to address this problem,” he said.
“It’s the right thing to do.
It’s the way to get things done.”
The move follows recent reports that the Trump White House was considering new federal laws to crack down on online harassment of young people, and that the Department has expanded its efforts to crack Down on Domestic Violence Online to include online attacks.