Students will be able to use a government-backed student loan fund to repay student loans they took out before they were enrolled at a government college.
The money will be available to the government-sponsored education loans program, which is managed by the Department of Education.
It will allow students to avoid paying a tax on their loans when they graduate, and will allow them to make payments for their education.
Trump Education loan forgiveness program, a first for the U.S.A., is part of the Trump administration’s effort to boost college attendance, especially in communities of color.
The White House said Thursday that the $1.1 trillion student loan forgiveness plan, or PAYGO, will allow the government to forgive roughly $1 trillion of student loans.
President Donald Trump announced plans Thursday to help millions of Americans who took out student loans during the 2008 financial crisis.
Students will also be able take advantage of the $600 billion Student Loan Repayment Program, or SLAP, to pay down their loans.
The $1,000 loan forgiveness fund is meant to cover the costs of loans taken out before the student was a legal permanent resident.
The Trump administration said the program will help students who have a good chance of earning a college degree or who have not paid back their loans in full.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said in a statement that the program is a critical first step to helping students and families, and that the loan forgiveness could help students graduate in a better position to start their own businesses.
I want to make sure that every student and every parent can participate in the American Dream.
The Trump administration also said the $2.5 trillion education finance bill would boost payments to students, but it is unclear whether the government would have to fund it.
Student loan forgiveness will be a first step in the administration’s plan to make college more affordable for millions of young people.
It’s also a big step in helping people who took on loans while they were in school.
As Trump has pointed out, he never really paid off his student loans while he was in the U, even though he could have.
“He never paid off the student loans he borrowed and now he’s paying them off,” Trump said at a rally in August.
In fact, Trump has already paid off more than half of his student debt, including a $1 million debt that he took out for the 2016 campaign.
But he has not released his tax returns, and he is under pressure to release more.
More than 40 percent of Americans are now paying back their student loans in less than five years, according to a recent report by the Education Department.