President Trump’s budget proposal is expected to be released tomorrow, and the White House has issued a series of formal budget requests ahead of the release.

One request proposes a $1.7 trillion-dollar cut to a series of social and anti-poverty programs.

Conservatives will love it; moderates will probably hate it, said a White House source to Axios.

Below, an overview of some of the key cuts:

A 25 percent reduction in food stamps: 

  • About $193 billion would be cut from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) over the next decade.
  • The cuts would be – in part – made possible by limiting eligibility and requiring work.

Deep cuts to Children’s Health Insurance:

  • The bipartisan Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is expected to face major cuts. The Obama administration and Republican congressional leaders reauthorized the program in 2015.
  • CHIP, now marking its 20th year, lowered the number of children uninsured from fourteen percent to four.

Slashes to Social Security:

Come tomorrow, Republicans on Capitol Hill are expected to say that the “budget strives to replace dependency with the dignity of work through welfare reform efforts”.