Trump will unveil a major infrastructure package that he will unveil Wednesday, but his administration has not provided details on the program’s details, a senior White House official told reporters on Friday.
The official said the administration will release the final details on how the plan will work by mid-October.
A plan would be unveiled during a visit to the region by Trump to tour construction sites and a visit by a senior official from the U.S. Agency for International Development.
The president has already said he wants to build a “big, beautiful, beautiful wall” along the U,S.-Mexico border.
The administration’s plan could be the first of many of Trump’s policies to be announced in the months to come.
Trump is expected to visit the region during his first official trip to Asia, in his first overseas trip after a three-month recess, which ends on October 15.
His administration has been pushing to begin construction on the wall and other border security measures.
The White House is working on several proposals for border security, including a plan to build barriers and fencing along the entire length of the southern border.
Officials say the wall could cost as much as $12 billion.
The U.N. estimates the cost of the border wall to be at least $50 billion, and it has been suggested that the cost could be even higher.
On Friday, the White House said that it will announce plans to address some of the nation’s long-standing challenges including the opioid crisis and a rise in crime.
The plan will also include “new opportunities to increase access to high-quality mental health care, and to support a robust and diversified economy and workforce.”
The official was not authorized to discuss the president’s plans publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.
On Wednesday, the president tweeted that he is working to “get things done,” and said he is planning to have his top officials in place “by the end of the week.”