President Donald Trump’s newly created Office of the Presidency is expected to net $1 billion in its first year, according to an Axios analysis of new documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The documents show that the president has the authority to issue executive orders, issue subpoenas and oversee agencies and departments.
The documents show the Trump administration is in the process of establishing an office of the president that would oversee the Office of Management and Budget, which is responsible for administering the government and the executive branch.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), created in 2009, is tasked with developing policy for federal drug enforcement, the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal agencies.
The ODMCP’s chief policy officer is Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, and she serves as the president’s chief strategist.
The office of national drug control policy is one of several offices in the executive office created by the Trump transition to fulfill his presidential duties, including the National Security Council, the White House Economic Council, and the Office on International Drug Control and Crime.
The Office of Health and Human Services, which oversees the National Institutes of Health, is part of the White Houses Office of Science and Technology Policy.
The ODMcp, which has the power to create regulations and oversee the departments, will oversee the Department to fight drug trafficking and violence, according the documents.
The office will also advise the president on drug policy, which includes drug policy that is related to opioid use, according one document.
It is unclear how much the office of president will be paid by the government.
The president does not pay his staff, which have to sign off on all decisions.
But the office could be an investment for the Trump family.
The White House has not released the value of the office to the public, and according to Axios, the office will likely not generate revenue for the administration.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.