Screen captures from Usdebtclock.org from December 16, 2016 and March 26, 2017 show that about a $90 billion decrease in their estimate of the United States national debt. What explains this? The picture shows the capture from December 17, 2016.
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It is growing steadily again, and some leaps and bounds" are coming. April will see a showdown about the debt ceiling and shutting down the government. Don't expect the Democrats to up the spending limits now that they are not doing the spending.
Ha! Funny, and hopefully not true.
And you know? I can easily see President Trump exercising a veto if not enough folks in Congress agree on it.
Given the pace Congress works at, that might be a cost cutting alternative.