National debt at highest level since after WWII
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There will be growing pains for any major economic policy change. I get that. But what i don’t see are mitigating factors. How is the federal govt working with industry and academia to boost skilled trade training for the jobs that are in demand, as that demand grows, for example? What is the short-term and long-term strategy to pay down our national debt?

What makes me concerned is our President has seven bankruptcies tied to his brand, all of which seemed intentional, based on lawsuit evidence and testimonials. Two of those bankruptcies were filed within the timeframe of his campaign. He makes money while his brand implodes in debt, written off to be absorbed by the taxpayers.

Also, his promises of Mexico paying for the Wall turns out to be US taxpayers coming out of pocket for it, with tariffs on Mexican products, which also is paid by the American consumers.

Lastly, how are we going to pay for Space Force?

Source: National debt at highest level since after WWII

The Congressional Budget Office projects the national debt will be as large as GDP in a decade

 

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