Toward a better understanding
of the U.S. national debt . . .
and its consequences
“As of Friday, April 12, 2019, the national debt stood at $22,027,837,127,788.04 – $966 billion higher than a year ago, $2.081 trillion higher than when Donald Trump took office January 20, 2017, and nearly double where it was ten years ago. It is no doubt much higher now than it was then as that is the nature of the national debt. It always grows. It never shrinks. And that has consequences for the country and for you as an investor.”
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