The federal government is facing a debt crisis that could force the government to shut down, a new study finds.
A new analysis of the program’s impact on the federal debt and its impact on Americans’ lives is based on an analysis of more than 1.8 million pages of information released by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
The OMB said it will publish the report, titled “Understanding the Costs of the Healthcare.gov Debt Relief Program,” in the next few days.
“We know that the cost of these programs is enormous, and the programs that have been implemented so far have done little to help the economy,” OMB Chief Economist David Autor said in a statement.
The OPM report estimates that the government’s $831 billion in debt will be incurred over the next 20 years, costing the U.S. Treasury $18.6 trillion.
It also estimated that $5.4 trillion will be paid off in interest by 2024.
That amount will amount to a return of more $4 trillion to the U of S treasury, the OMB estimated.
The debt reduction program, which was approved in 2015, has been criticized by many Republicans as too lenient and too harsh on the economy.
President Donald Trump, who has promised to bring down the deficit, has said the U