WOW: Check Out The National Debt Under President Trump!

Not a single President in history has cut the amount of US debt by as much as President Trump has ever before.

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The last time the US Federal Gov had a debt decrease this large was between the years 1957 and 1958 when Republican Eisenhower was the President.  

Many buffs from history may say this is false information, however, the stories about Bill Clinton and George W. Bush overseeing debt cuts after the Republican Congress forced Clinton into agreeing to a balanced budget was all incorrect. 

Reported by allenbwest,

President Trump has become a left-wing punching bag since taking office back in January, with the mainstream media going to any lengths necessary to criticize him.

Unfortunately, due to this horrific absence of journalistic integrity, all you seem to hear about the current administration is negative. However, contrary to what you may have heard, the president has actually done a few good things here and there.

Such as decreasing the obscenely large national debt by $100 billion.

You read that right. Indeed, President Trump has cut more U.S. federal debt for a longer period of time than any president in history.

The Gateway Pundit The Gateway Pundit reports:

When President Trump was inaugurated on January 20, 2017, the amount of U.S. federal debt owed both externally and internally was over $19 trillion at $19,947,304,555,212.

As of August 17, the amount of U.S. debt had decreased by more than $100 billion to $19,845,188,460,167.

No president in U.S. history has ever cut the amount of U.S. debt by this amount and no president has resided over a debt cut like this — ever.

Much to the chagrin of lefties everywhere, not even former President Bill Clinton, who did have a balanced budget (thanks to a Congress that was willing to work together and compromise on spending), managed to reduce the national debt by such a significant number.

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