[size=36]The White House is moving to cut billions of foreign aid[/size]
Washington is finalizing a cut of the aid package by up to $ 4 billion, the network quoted an official in the White House's Office of Management and Budget as saying.
The move is expected to be announced next week, the official said.
The targeted assistance includes allocations to the United Nations, including some funds to support peacekeepers in countries such as Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, as well as funds for cultural programs, he said.
According to "CNN", the administration of President Donald Trump, seeks to reduce such assistance as a "waste of the country's money", and it is trying to make it conditional on the support of US policies.
She explained that these moves are opposed by lawmakers from both parties, the Republican and Democratic, warning of the negative effects of this on US foreign policy.
White House officials believe they have the authority to cancel those funds without congressional approval, she said.
There was no comment from the White House on the network until 08:30 (GMT).
In March, The Washington Post reported that the Trump administration proposed cutting the State Department and USAID budget by about 24 percent, particularly in terms of humanitarian, refugee assistance and global health programs.
On August 31, 2018, the Trump administration decided to stop funding it entirely from the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), claiming its opposition to the way the agency works, which faces Israeli criticism.