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Q&A: Should Anyone Worry About a $22 Trillion National Debt?

Newsmax Wednesday, 13 February 2019
The government surpassed a dubious milestone this week: Its debt topped $22 trillion - that's trillion, with a "t'' - for the first time.
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The Treasury Department released the figure Tuesday.

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