Joe Biden Becomes 1st $2 Trillion Dollar President

It’s funny how the media is silent about Joe Biden adding $2 Trillion to the national debt in year one. They weren’t so silent about Trump’s reckless spending (see also here, here, here).

And we thought Barack Milhouse Obama was bad?

Via CNS News

When President Joe Biden was sworn in on Jan. 20, 2021, the federal government’s debt stood at $27,751,896,236,414.77.

When his first year in office ended on Jan. 20, 2022, it stood at $29,867,021,509,573.92.

That means that during Biden’s first 12 months in office, the federal debt grew by more than $2 trillion — or $2,115,125,273,159.15 to be exact.

How do you put that in perspective?

The United States of America had existed for 210 years — and 40 presidents had served as this nation’s chief executive — before the debt first topped $2 trillion in 1986.

Read more here.


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