Total public debt outstanding has declined more than $100 billion under the Trump Administration, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Treasury Department.
On January 20, 2017, the day President Donald Trump was inaugurated, total public debt for the U.S. stood at $19,947,304,555,212, or nearly $20 trillion. It continued to increase and fluctuate incrementally, reaching a high of $19,959,593,604,841 on February 28, 2017.
But then it started to fall and has generally continued to decline ever since. There has been no significant increase since it bounced back up to $19,902,604,401,637 on March 14, 2017.
As of July 27, 2017, total public debt for the U.S. stood at $19,844,938,940,351, a decline of more than $100 billion. Debt held by the public fell from $14,403,704,176,388 to $14,358,389,871,592.
The U.S. Treasury Department publishes data every business data on the total public debt. Intragovernmental holdings fell from $5,543,600,378,823 to $5,486,549,068,758.
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