Donald Trump

The U.S. Presidential election is on November 3, 2020. The 59th quadrennial presidential election since George Washington founded The United States is this year. Donald Trump can be voted out of The Oval Office.

Donald Trump assumed office January 20, 2017, after years of attacking former President Barack Obama especially on Twitter. Less than three months after he took office Donald Trump ordered Syria bombed by the military. In fact there’s a great tool tracking President Donald Trump’s tweets at Trump Twitter Archive. Between January 5, 2012 and September 26, 2016 alone Donald Trump tweeted about U.S. National Debt up to 130 times!

On this day in 2016, BEFORE Trump won the November 3, 2016 election, U.S. National Debt was $19.6 trillion. Three and a half years after Donald Trump took office U.S. National Debt is $25.3 trillion.

Since being elected Donald Trump INCREASED our National Debt the same as Barack Obama did.

Donald Trump blamed the debt on Barack Obama. But National Debt rose another $5.7 trillion from 2016 under President Trump after tweeting he’d fix it:

If Donald Trump campaigned against the debt and it rose at the same pace since he won the 2016 election then became President, why would budget hawks reelect him THIS November?