If the current occupant of the Oval Office is left to his own devices, the economy will eventually be booming. Perhaps America will be great again for the average family, a segment of the population ignored, often disparaged, and taken for fools by the elitist political class..
Regarding the numbers, there are those who will argue that a $102,365,614,861.12 reduction in a national debt of $19,947,304,555,212.49 is but a drop in the bucket. The point is that the trend line is now going down rather than continuing to spiral up. Hopefully, under this administration, it will continue its upward trajectory for the benefit and well being of American citizens who work for a living in order to provide a decent life for their families.
MEDIA SILENCE: President Trump Has LOWERED National Debt By BILLIONS
While the liberal media tirelessly tries to convince Americans that Trump colluded with Russia, President Trump is winning for the American people especially when it comes to stopping the ridiculously outrageous spending that is going on.
When President Trump took over on January 20, 2017, the United States was $19,947,304,555,212.49 in debt.
Currently, after seven months as president, the United States is $19,844,938,940,351.37 in debt.
Those statistics do NOT come from the debt clock counter, which is NOT a government website.
The statistics come from the United States Treasury.
Below is a screenshot from the Treasury website that shows the debt on January 20, 2017:
Now, here is a screenshot of the current debt:
Debt has decreased by $102,365,614,861.12, that’s right, by over $100 billion during Trump’s first 7 months in office.
Does the media report this? Nope!
— Aussie Deplorable (@shravaka) July 30, 2017
You’ll never hear about this on #MSM
— 🗽🔥TPI🔥🗽 (@tirving0680) July 30, 2017
Of course it has! POTUS keeps his word! America first!
— MLP (@auntietoe) July 30, 2017
The last Administration isn’t around to increase it.
— Sandy (@jesussaves47) July 30, 2017
Doesn’t look like much side by side but 100 billion in 6 months ain’t bad
— Samurai Joe C (@SamuraiJoeC2) July 30, 2017
I checked these figures at https://t.co/fJSuQlTa0q and it’s true. ❤️ our POTUS.https://t.co/uBNdkQDHzi
— Kim (@cookkimg) July 30, 2017
Wow. I don’t think the national debt has fallen in my lifetime. https://t.co/qhNp5oUSHT
— Larry Schweikart (@LarrySchweikart) July 30, 2017