National Debt Has Increased $5.2 Trillion During Trump’s 3 Years
According to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, a non-partisan fiscal watchdog, the national debt rose from more than $19.9 trillion on January 20, 2017 to more than $25.2 trillion Wednesday.
The increase follows Trump's comments, highlighted in an interview the then-presidential candidate gave to the Washington Post, that he would eliminate the United States' national debt "over a period of eight years" in part by reducing or eliminating trade deals with various countries, including China.
(I don't need to quote any more of the article than that... the guy obviously lied to the American people in order to get elected and then pretended he created an "economic miracle" which was actually an economic bubble. President Deficit now resides over the greatest period of mass unemployment since the Great Depression, as well as 1/4 of the world's infections and deaths from a pandemic.