First reported by Thedailybeast.com
- As the country’s debt continues to climb to heights never seen before, some are wondering if politicians will ever control their penchant for spending. One report says the President isn’t concerned about the rising debt.
- The Daily Beast reports that President Trump recently brushed the idea of a problem when it comes to our national debt.
- According to the report, when Trump was shown data about the problems relating to the national debt, he responded by saying: “Yeah, but I won’t be here.”
- Another item from the story in the Daily Beast is one former senior adviser that says debt simply isn’t a “top priority” for Trump and that he’s “never once heard him talk about” it.
- While this story addressed the national debt, how much of an issue is this when it comes to voters?
- Will it ever be a priority for voters at the polls?
The president believes that balancing the books of the nation will ultimately be a problem for the future president.
Since the presidential campaign in 2016, the helpers and advisers of Donald Trump have tried to convince him of the importance of tackling national debt.
Sources close to the president say that he shrugged it off repeatedly, implying that he doesn’t have to worry about the money owed to the creditors of Americaâcurrently about $21 trillionâbecause he won’t shoulder the blame when it becomes even more untenable.
Angelina Jolie’s is reportedly desperate when now facing a major financial crisis
NEW: Trump has told aides he doesn’t care about the national debt in part because when it becomes truly untenable he will be out of office. https://t.co/tMJ5k5hiTl
— Sam Stein (@samstein) December 5, 2018
Sources tell The Daily Beast that Trump has repeatedly shrugged off the increasing National Debt, implying that he doesn't have to worry about it because he won't be in office when it becomes even more untenable. https://t.co/GvdFjvmDil
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 5, 2018
Trump says he doesn’t care about the national debt because “I won’t be here” when it blows up. This also appears to be his philosophy on climate change. https://t.co/DUMOdGkcB6
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) December 5, 2018
"Trump: 'I Won't Be Here' When and If Debt Crisis Happens" – https://t.co/TTi6vwONhh
— Craig Rozniecki (@CraigRozniecki) December 5, 2018