Trump Cuts $68 Billion in U.S. Debt – Compare Trump’s First Days to Obama’s First Days

On the day of Trump’s inauguration the United States stood at $19,947 billion. Since then, Trump cuts $68 billion in U.S. Debt. The debt now stands at $19,879 billion. In less than two months he has cut the U.S. debt by 0.3%.

How did President Obama do during the same timeframe? He increased the U.S. debt by $320 billion in the first month after his inauguration. It increased by 3.1% after the signing of his ‘Stimulus’ bill which in the eyes of many ended as a massive failure.

Here is a daily breakdown of the debt with Trump as President.

Trump Cuts $68 Billion in U.S. Debt

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Trump Cuts $68 Billion in U.S. Debt

Now compare it to how President Obama did in his opening days in office.

Obama Increases the Debt

Trump Cuts $68 Billion in U.S. Debt, Obama increased debt

So let’s sum things up. Ever since Obama’s term ended the stock market is up, jobs are increasing, salaries are going up and the debt is down.

President trump might be right. We could get tired of winning soon.

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