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JUST IN: President Trump Sets Massive Record – No President Has Even Come Close To This

I am proud of President Trump. So far, he has been keeping his promises. I am disgusted with the Democratic Party. It makes me ashamed to call myself an American because of them!

They try hard to stop President Trump because he will expose them and their criminal and treacherous backgrounds!

They have one huge ally and that is the Mainstream Media! They yet again failed to report on something huge!


President Trump has cut more U.S. federal debt for a longer period of time than any president in history.

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.

No President in US history has ever cut the amount of US Debt by this amount and no President has presided over a debt cut like this ever.

History buffs may say that this is incorrect because President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush oversaw US Debt cuts over a period of a few years after the Republican Congress-led by House Speaker Newt Gingrich forced Clinton into signing a balanced budget. We thought the same, but our analysis determined that this is actually not correct.

Congress did push Clinton into signing a balanced budget but the amount of US debt during this period actually increased. This is confirmed through data maintained by the US Treasury at Treasurydirect.gov.

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has performed audits since 1997 of the US Debt amounts outstanding. In their analysis, they show that when accounting for US Debt Held by the Public and US Intergovernmental Debt Holdings, the amount of US Debt has increased every year since their audits began.

The amount of US Debt Held by the Public decreased each year from 1999, 2000 and 2001 but the amount Intergovernmental Debt Holdings increased at larger amounts during this period.

The Treasury website does provide daily amounts of debt outstanding but this reporting only goes back to March 31, 2005. The Treasury does provide monthly amounts outstanding back through September 30, 2001, and annual amounts back through 1997. The audited financial statement shows the increase in US Debt annually from 1997 through 2016.

We know that no President has reduced the amount of US Debt for a longer period of time because no President has reduced the amount of US Debt since 1997.

A review of the amount of (unaudited) of US Debt outstanding back through the Civil War shows that the last time the US Federal Government had a debt decrease between years was when Republican Eisenhower was President in 1957 and 1958. He cut the amount of US Debt by $2 Billion each year from $274 Billion in 1956 to $273 Billion in 1957 and again to $271 Billion in 1958.

Wonder why the TV news media aren’t talking about this? This is real news. Could it be that if the general population becomes more aware of “Good” things the president has accomplished, that his popularity in the polls will go UP??