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    Thumbs up National Debt Fallen by $102 Billion Since Donald Trump's Inauguration.

    On 30 July 2017, the conservative Truth Division web site reported that the United States national debt had fallen to a “surprising” extent in the seven months since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

    President Donald Trump and his administration are undoing the government’s rampant spending that occurred under former President Obama’s watch.

    According the U.S. Treasury’s direct record, a surprising amount of money has been saved over the course of seven months. On January 20th, the day Trump was inaugurated, the total debt was $19,947,304,555,212.49. On July 30th, seven short months later, it’s at $19,844,938,940,351.37. Overall the debt has decreased by $102,365,614,861.12.


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    Has the National Debt Fallen by $102 Billion Since Donald Trump's Inauguration?

    That is an enormous amount of money that dwarfs any other reduction going even past 1992 Clinton administration! Finally some good news out of this administration and hopefully if Trump is not impeached, this trend will continue.

    Hats off to our president and our congressmen and women for getting this done.
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    Well Michelle Obama is no longer spending millions of our money taking her little worldwide trips.

    As for the OP, its just another piece of great economic news since Trump has taken office.

    Its becoming commonplace now.

    All economic indicators are up since Trump came in.

    Did you also know that he donates his salary to restore civil war historical sites?

    Something you would never see from Obama.
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    Thanks Trump!

    All those diplomats getting kicked out of Russia can only help future fiscal performance!
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    Anytime the debt is reduced, it should be applauded.

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    The republican half of me just smiled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    On 30 July 2017, the conservative Truth Division web site reported that the United States national debt had fallen to a “surprising” extent in the seven months since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

    President Donald Trump and his administration are undoing the government’s rampant spending that occurred under former President Obama’s watch.

    According the U.S. Treasury’s direct record, a surprising amount of money has been saved over the course of seven months. On January 20th, the day Trump was inaugurated, the total debt was $19,947,304,555,212.49. On July 30th, seven short months later, it’s at $19,844,938,940,351.37. Overall the debt has decreased by $102,365,614,861.12.


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    Has the National Debt Fallen by $102 Billion Since Donald Trump's Inauguration?

    That is an enormous amount of money that dwarfs any other reduction going even past 1992 Clinton administration! Finally some good news out of this administration and hopefully if Trump is not impeached, this trend will continue.

    Hats off to our president and our congressmen and women for getting this done.
    excellent!

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    I think its possible that with the republicans and Trump we could see a surplus when he leaves office.

    Just need to keep the democrats from getting any power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    The republican half of me just smiled!
    The fiscal conservative in me is right there with you.

    Why do I feel like I'm in a frosted mini wheats commercial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets View Post
    The fiscal conservative in me is right there with you.

    Why do I feel like I'm in a frosted mini wheats commercial.
    Nothing wrong with that.

    There's no question about how Trump is doing economically but you have plenty of stuff on the other side to dislike.

    Think of the economy as the sugar part.
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    This thread is not for the purpous of fighting with liberals. I invite them to participate.

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