CNS News: “The federal debt moved above 19,900,000,000,000 for the first time as of the close of business, Nov. 22, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, according to data released by the Treasury.
On that day, it rose from $19,899,004,081,493.50 to $19,907,540,739,514.52.”
Opinion: Not one person in the Federal government seems too worried.
President-elect Trump says he will cut deficit spending despite calling for a $1 trillion infrastructure spending plan. How you might ask?
By doing what every president said he would do for the last 50 years but never did: eliminating government bureaucracies like the Department of Education or the Department of Energy.
To be fair, Mr Trump is the first businessman to hold office since Harry Truman and we plan to give him the benefit of the doubt. But isn’t it interesting that Harry Truman is the president known as the man who helped create the State of Israel on May 14, 1948?
And if Donald Trump follows through on his promise to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem he will become known as the man who recognized Israel’s eternal capital.