What happens to Social Security’s biggest beneficiary if the Trump administration doesn’t cut the program?
Social Security, like many other federal programs, has become a target of Republican President Donald Trump’s.
The president has called for cutting the program’s benefits, including those for people over 65.
He has also said he wants to scrap the Social Security tax benefit.
But the program is already struggling to stay afloat.
As of last week, the average Social Security benefit was $1,898 per month, according to the Government Accountability Office.
And while it’s not clear how many people would receive the $1.23 billion per month cut, Trump’s administration has said that it would cut benefits by $2.5 billion a month.
A Social Security Administration spokesman said that the agency was continuing to make progress in its efforts to find savings to help people in the program and its budget.
But he added that the administration has not yet made a final decision on the proposal.
“The president is committed to addressing the long-term challenges posed by the retirement system’s shortfalls, and we are working closely with Congress to ensure that we achieve the full benefits of Social Security and reduce long-standing costs while ensuring that all seniors have a chance to secure a retirement that meets their individual needs,” said Peter Orszag, the acting assistant secretary for fiscal policy and budget, in a statement.