The odds that the United States will cut its own funding to United Nations agencies and aid agencies is roughly 0.1 percent, according to a new analysis from consulting firm KPMG.
The report, “The Price of U.S. Ambition,” comes as Trump continues to tout his own business successes.
The president tweeted Thursday that he has been the recipient of a $500 million stimulus package from Congress.
“We are now the largest economy on Earth,” Trump said in an interview with Fox Business.
“This is going to be our biggest and best investment in a long time.
I’ve been very pleased with the outcome of that.”
But the analysis finds that a reduction in the U.N. budget could hurt the U: The country could lose $15 billion in aid and $7 billion in non-governmental assistance in 2019 alone, KPMg found.
And the U, which currently spends more than $3 trillion a year on its foreign aid programs, could be cut by about $1.2 trillion over the same period.
The budget reduction could cost American taxpayers more than the nation’s $3.7 trillion national debt.
“The U.A.E. is the most expensive international aid recipient,” said KPMs co-founder and senior fellow of global aid David Kohn.
“It’s the biggest recipient of the U