What’s going on with the $1.9 billion Pell Grant?

It’s not the biggest grant in college costs, but it’s the biggest of its kind.

The Pell Grant, named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is one of the most widely distributed college grants in the world.

In addition to giving money to low-income students, the program is also intended to provide support to families who need it the most, particularly women and children.

The annual grants are set to expire on July 1.

The president, who has called the program a “lifeline” to millions of students, announced that the Pell Grant program would be extended through 2024.

That extension will make it easier for more people to attend college.

President Donald Trump announced that he would extend the Pell Grants to families with incomes of $125,000 or less.

The Pell Grants program is the largest in the United States.

It’s made up of a $2,500 federal tax credit and an amount equal to 10 percent of a student’s discretionary income.

The president has been touting his “America First” plan that would create a $1 trillion tax cut that would be paid by everyone.

The plan includes increasing the tax rate for individuals to 35 percent, and lowering it for families to 12 percent.

The Republican president said the plan will cut taxes for families making up to $150,000 per year.

Trump also announced that Congress would raise the retirement age for those over 65.

The plan also includes raising the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour, expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit and reducing the mortgage interest deduction.

President Donald Trump speaks during a joint news conference with House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., in the Oval Office of the White House, April 17, 2021.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Trump is also considering extending some of the President’s tax cuts for low- and middle-income families.

Under the Trump plan, the tax cuts would only be for the middle class and wealthy Americans.

But the president’s budget also calls for an expansion of the Child Tax Credit, which Trump has called a “job creator” that helps poor children.

In the meantime, the president has taken action to boost his image with a series of tweets that have been criticized by critics.

Last week, the White the president made a series, the President tweeted about a “historic moment” for the United Kingdom, which he said was the most-traveled country in the entire world.

At least four different presidents have taken office with different foreign policy philosophies, according to the nonpartisan Institute for Policy Studies.

This week, it was the U.S. that has sent a warplane to Syria, and Trump tweeted that “we must continue our support for our great ally, Jordan, at the same time as we do all of the things that we need to do.”

On Thursday, Trump made headlines when he tweeted that he wanted to “bomb the hell out of” the Syrian air force.

A U.N. report said that the United Nations is currently bombing more than 6,000 Syrian targets, including more than 1,300 military targets.

And Trump has also proposed a border wall and deportation raids.