The national debt of the United States barreled past $23 trillion on November 1, according to data from the Treasury Department.
It marked the most money the federal government has owed and is a result of a growing budget deficit, which neared $1 trillion in the last fiscal year.
Yet three years into a norm-shattering presidency, Donald Trump's spending binge doesn't end up wrecking another.
He's in line with past Republican presidents like George W. Bush, who racked up deficits with boosts in...
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