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Why Don’t Republicans Fret About the Debt Anymore? – The Atlantic

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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The AtlanticWhy Don't Republicans Fret About the Debt Anymore?The AtlanticRepublicans spent the early years of the recovery obsessed with the national debt, castigating Democrats for their supposed irresponsibility, warning about the dangers of the almighty bond market, and helping to construct complicated mechanisms to ...and more »

The One Thing President Trump Forgot to Mention In His SOTU, According to Justin Amash – The Jack News

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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The Jack NewsThe One Thing President Trump Forgot to Mention In His SOTU, According to Justin AmashThe Jack NewsAnd, more practically speaking, they are the party that badgered President Obama on exactly fiscal responsibility for eight years straight. ...

Hayes: Why Didn’t Trump Mention Our National Debt Even Once? – The Weekly Standard

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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The Weekly StandardHayes: Why Didn't Trump Mention Our National Debt Even Once?The Weekly StandardUnder Obama, the Department of Education ruled that “sex” also includes “gender identity.” Now that bureaucratic decision is being reversed. “Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, not gender identity. Therefore the question is whether ...

What’s the real state of the union? Look at the stats – Sumter Item

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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Sumter ItemWhat's the real state of the union? Look at the statsSumter ItemIn Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is constrained by ...and more »

One word not in Trump’s speech: ‘Debt’ – Washington Examiner

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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Washington ExaminerOne word not in Trump's speech: 'Debt'Washington ExaminerPresident Trump used his State of the Union speech to tout the roaring U.S. economy, and his effort to focus the federal government on protecting the borders and helping its people thrive. But Trump didn't mention what has been a Republican priority ...and more »

Donald Trump targets North Korea, crime gangs; unveils ‘four pillars’ of immigration limits, claims he has saved coal – The Australian

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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The AustralianDonald Trump targets North Korea, crime gangs; unveils 'four pillars' of immigration limits, claims he has saved coalThe AustralianIn President Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is ...and more »

What’s the true state of the union? Right here’sa deep dive into the stats – Luxora Leader

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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What's the true state of the union? Right here'sa deep dive into the statsLuxora LeaderIn Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is constrained by ...and more »

What’s the actual state of the union? Right here’sa deep dive into the stats – Lockport Press

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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What's the actual state of the union? Right here'sa deep dive into the statsLockport PressIn Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is constrained by ...and more »

What’s the actual state of the union? Right here’sa deep dive into the stats – Kaplan Herald

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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What's the actual state of the union? Right here'sa deep dive into the statsKaplan HeraldIn Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is constrained by ...and more »

Trump’s State of the Union: A deep dive into the stats – Fox Business

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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Trump's State of the Union: A deep dive into the statsFox BusinessIn Trump's first year in office, the national debt grew by $546.4 billion. In 2016, Obama's final year, the national debt grew by $1.01 trillion. The debt would have grown more in 2017 if not for the fact that the Trump administration is constrained by ...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Oct 15, 2018: $21,654,150,409,486
In 9.7 yrs Increased: $11,027,273,360,573
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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