Here’s the first thing you need to know about the $1.4 billion US pavilion at the 2020 Winter Olympics

The cost of hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics is expected to run into the billions, with many analysts predicting the Games will generate between $200 billion and $300 billion in revenue.

But many observers are expecting a more modest figure.

With a few exceptions, the money the Games bring in each year is small.

The Olympic Park, home to the Winter Olympics and other sporting events, generates about $10 billion annually.

For the next three years, the Park is slated to be funded by the federal government, which gets about $100 million in revenue from ticket sales, parking and other public funds.

In 2019, the Games and the U.S. pavilion were set to draw $1 billion in public funds from the federal budget, the majority of it for security, the Pentagon said.

That figure includes about $1 million from the State Department and $700,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to a budget document released this month by the Department of Defense.

That amount is still far from the $5 billion that organizers and officials from the International Olympic Committee said would be required to host the Games.

Some observers, including President Donald Trump, have said the Games would generate more than $1 trillion in revenue for the U,S.

government.

In a bid to boost the Games’ fortunes, Trump signed an executive order in June that ordered the Defense Department to begin construction of a $1,000-per-person security tent and other security infrastructure for the Games, which were originally scheduled to begin in 2022.

Trump also signed a presidential memorandum last month ordering the U’s Department of Homeland Security to build an Olympic Village in the United States for the games.

The new plan would cost about $5.7 billion.

The Olympics have faced controversy since Trump’s election in November.

Protesters clashed with police on Friday outside the U S pavilion and in front of a television station in Washington, D.C. They say Trump is waging a “war on democracy” and are seeking to hold the Games in his country, which would be a violation of international law.

The International Olympic committee has denied that it is waging such a war.

“This is an incredibly ambitious undertaking, and there is no question that it will take a significant amount of time and money to complete,” IOC President Thomas Bach said in a statement.

Bach also said that the organization would work closely with the State and Homeland Security Departments to ensure the Games are safe.

“I am confident that we will have a safe and dignified Games for our athletes and spectators, and we will all benefit from the many millions of dollars in support we are receiving from the United Nations and from the governments of the world,” Bach said.

“We have made great strides in this area over the last few years, and I hope the Games continue to be a success for the people of the United State of America.”

The Games were first awarded to the United Kingdom in 1896.

The United States won the right to host in 1896, but the Games were moved to Washington, DC, in 1904 because of the Great Depression.