The Trump Years,
By the Numbers
1. President Trump’s budgets would add $8.3 trillion to the national debt if he were to serve eight years.
2. Thirty-one percent of people consistently surveyed across the world by Pew Research have a favorable view of President Trump.
3. Seventy-four percent viewed Obama favorably.
4. Twenty-six women have accused President Trump of sexual assault.
5. In 1267 days, President Trump has made 20,055 false or misleading claims.
6. Two hundred and sixteen miles of the southern border wall have been built since President Trump took office.
7. Just three of those miles were new structures.
8. The Trump administration has spent $15 billion on the southern border wall project and Mexico has not contributed anything.
10. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, the number of individuals without health insurance grew by 2.3 million under President Trump.
11. Eight of President Trump’s advisors have been criminally charged.
12. Donald Trump has visited a golf course 292 times (that’s nearly 22% of his time) since becoming president, more than any other president before him.
13. President Trump had more turnover in his Cabinet in his first 2.5 years of being in office than any of his five predecessors did in their first terms.
14. Eighty-nine former defense officials formally denounced Trump in an op-ed in the Washington Post.
15. Four hundred and eighty-nine retired national security leaders have endorsed Biden.
16. At least seven children have died in ICE custody during the Trump administration.
17. Donald Trump paid $750 in federal income tax in 2016, the year he was running for president.
18. President Trump paid another $750 in federal income tax in 2017, his first year in office.
19. In the next four years, over $300 million in loans that Donald Trump is personally responsible for will come due.
20. Over 200,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, over half of which could have been prevented if Trump had acted.