Look What Trump Has Done To The National Debt- Seven Months Ago It Was 19,947,304,555,212.49 Here’s What It Is TODAY!

President Donald Trump has been able to do in 7 months what no other president has done since Woodrow Wilson.

While former President Barack Hussein Obama, his Antifa thugs, and his resist movement try to actively sabotage Trump’s presidency in a silent coup, in an unprecedented move by a modern American President, Donald Trump has done what he does best and was once considered to be an impossibility by government establishment insiders. He has managed to reduce the national debt from what it was on inauguration day, $19,947,304,555,212 to $19,845,188,460,167 in only seven short months. That’s a decrease of over 100 billion dollars.

Amount Added to the Debt for Each Fiscal Year Since 1960:

Barack Obama: Added $7.917 trillion, a 68 percent increase from the $11.657 trillion debt at the end of George W. Bush’s last budget, FY 2009.

FY 2016 – $1.423 trillion.
FY 2015 – $327 billion.
FY 2014 – $1.086 trillion.
FY 2013 – $672 billion.
FY 2012 – $1.276 trillion.
FY 2011 – $1.229 trillion.
FY 2010 – $1.652 trillion.
FY 2009 – $253 billion. (Congress passed the Economic Stimulus Act, which spent $253 billion in FY 2009. This rare occurrence should be added to President Obama’s contribution to the debt.)

George W. Bush: Added $5.849 trillion, a 101 percent increase from the $5.8 trillion debt at the end of Clinton’s last budget, FY 2001.

FY 2009 – $1.632 trillion. (Bush’s deficit without the impact of the Economic Stimulus Act).
FY 2008 – $1.017 trillion.
FY 2007 – $501 billion.
FY 2006 – $574 billion.
FY 2005 – $554 billion.
FY 2004 – $596 billion.
FY 2003 – $555 billion.
FY 2002 – $421 billion.

Bill Clinton: Added $1.396 trillion, a 32 percent increase from the $4.4 trillion debt at the end of George H.W. Bush’s last budget, FY 1993.

FY 2001 – $133 billion.
FY 2000 – $18 billion.
FY 1999 – $130 billion.
FY 1998 – $113 billion.
FY 1997 – $188 billion.
FY 1996 – $251 billion.
FY 1995 – $281 billion.
FY 1994 – $281 billion.

George H.W. Bush: Added $1.554 trillion, a 54 percent increase from the $2.8 trillion debt at the end of Reagan’s last budget, FY 1989.

FY 1993 – $347 billion.
FY 1992 – $399 billion.
FY 1991 – $432 billion.
FY 1990 – $376 billion.

Ronald Reagan: Added $1.86 trillion, a 186 percent increase from the $998 billion debt at the end of Carter’s last budget, FY 1981. See Did Reaganomics Work?

FY 1989 – $255 billion.
FY 1988 – $252 billion.
FY 1987 – $225 billion.
FY 1986 – $297 billion.
FY 1985 – $256 billion.
FY 1984 – $195 billion.
FY 1983 – $235 billion.
FY 1982 – $144 billion.

Jimmy Carter: Added $299 billion, a 43 percent increase from the $699 billion debt at the end of Ford’s last budget, FY 1977.

FY 1981 – $90 billion.
FY 1980 – $81 billion.
FY 1979 – $55 billion.
FY 1978 – $73 billion.

Gerald Ford: Added $224 billion, a 47 percent increase from the $475 billion debt at the end of Nixon’s last budget, FY 1974.

FY 1977 – $78 billion.
FY 1976 – $87 billion.
FY 1975 – $58 billion.

Richard Nixon: Added $121 billion, a 34 percent increase from the $354 billion debt at the end of LBJ’s last budget, FY 1969.

FY 1974 – $17 billion.
FY 1973 – $31 billion.
FY 1972 – $29 billion.
FY 1971 – $27 billion.
FY 1970 – $17 billion.

Lyndon B. Johnson: Added $42 billion, a 13 percent increase from the $312 billion debt at the end of JFK’s last budget, FY 1964.

FY 1969 – $6 billion.
FY 1968 – $21 billion.
FY 1967 – $6 billion.
FY 1966 – $3 billion.
FY 1965 – $6 billion.

John F. Kennedy: Added $23 billion, an 8 percent increase from the $289 billion debt at the end of Eisenhower’s last budget, FY 1961.

FY 1964 – $6 billion.
FY 1963 – $7 billion.
FY 1962 – $10 billion.

Dwight Eisenhower: Added $23 billion, a 9 percent increase from the $266 billion debt at the end of Truman’s last budget, FY 1953.

FY 1961 – $3 billion.
FY 1960 – $2 billion.
FY 1959 – $8 billion.
FY 1958 – $6 billion.
FY 1957 – $2 billion surplus.
FY 1956 – $2 billion surplus.
FY 1955 – $3 billion.
FY 1954 – $5 billion.

Harry Truman: Added $7 billion, a 3 percent increase from the $259 billion debt at the end of FDR’s last budget, FY 1945.

FY 1953 – $7 billion.
FY 1952 – $4 billion.
FY 1951 – $2 billion surplus.
FY 1950 – $5 billion.
FY 1949 – slight surplus.
FY 1948 – $6 billion surplus.
FY 1947 – $11 billion surplus.
FY 1946 – $11 billion.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: Added $236 billion, a 1,048 percent increase from the $23 billion debt at the end of Hoover’s last budget, FY 1933.

FY 1945 – $58 billion.
FY 1944 – $64 billion.
FY 1943 – $64 billion.
FY 1942 – $23 billion.
FY 1941 – $6 billion.
FY 1940 – $3 billion.
FY 1939 – $3 billion.
FY 1938 – $1 billion.
FY 1937 – $3 billion.
FY 1936 – $5 billion.
FY 1935 – $2 billion.
FY 1934 – $5 billion.

Herbert Hoover: Added $6 billion, a 33 percent increase from the $17 billion debt at the end of Coolidge’s last budget, FY 1929.

FY 1933 – $3 billion.
FY 1932 – $3 billion.
FY 1931 – $1 billion.
FY 1930 – $1 billion surplus.
Calvin Coolidge: Subtracted $5 billion from the debt, a 26 percent decrease from the $21 billion debt at the end of Harding’s last budget, FY 1923.

FY 1929 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1928 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1927 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1926 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1925 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1924 – $1 billion surplus.

Warren G. Harding: Subtracted $2 billion from the debt, a 7 percent decrease from the $24 billion debt at the end of Wilson’s last budget, FY 1921.

FY 1923 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1922 – $1 billion surplus.

Woodrow Wilson: Added $21 billion to the debt, a 727 percent increase from the $2.9 billion debt at the end of Taft’s last budget, FY 1913.

FY 1921 – $2 billion surplus.
FY 1920 – $1 billion surplus.
FY 1919 – $13 billion.
FY 1918 – $9 billion.
FY 1917 – $2 billion.
FY 1916 – $1 billion.
FY 1915 – $0 billion (slight surplus).
FY 1914 – $0 billion.

At this point in the disastrous 8 dark years of the Obama presidency, which has been the only president in US history to not be able to garner a GDP of over 3% annually, he had already thrown the most expensive inauguration in US history and gone on multiple vacations and golfing trips on our dime. Because you know, the color of his skin and plumbing over the content of his character counts more than substance.

He had also signed that monstrous waste that was the 1.5 trillion dollar stimulus package which only stimulated his fat cat buddies in the banking industry – the same fat cats who were the ones who put him in office in both DC and Chicagoland. So technically this might not be considered a fair comparison if you reside in LaLa Land, otherwise known as the left side of the political spectrum.

Not sure how they will do it, but I’m sure the American Liberal Unhinged Left will find a way to turn this huge accomplishment into a way to attack President Trump, maybe they will accuse him of hating underprivileged Fat Cats and bankers.

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Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He’s worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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