The Trump administration will cut $9.3 billion from the Department of the Interior’s $3.3 trillion arts fund and will end funding for state-funded arts programs, according to a draft of the budget document obtained by Politico.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence would be asked to propose the funding cuts.
Trump, who campaigned on a platform to revive American culture, has proposed eliminating funding for the arts, including the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Institute of Arts, both of which are supported by Congress.
The new budget would end funding to the National Park Service, the National Historic Preservation Act Fund, and other government programs, including grants to museums and libraries, according the document.
Trump has been criticized for his cuts to the arts in the past.
Last year, he proposed eliminating the National Science Foundation.
The proposed budget would reduce funding for two other arts agencies, the Museum of Fine Arts in Washington and the Museum and Library of Congress in Philadelphia.
Trump also has been asked to eliminate funding for arts programs for Native Americans and Asian Americans, according a draft.
The National Endowments for the Humanities, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture would also be eliminated.
A spokeswoman for the Office of National Management, which oversees the department, told Politico that the proposed budget is not yet final.