Second term. Campaign · 1996 · 2nd inauguration · Operation Infinite Reach ·
Bombing of ... Clinton took office after defeating one-term Republican incumbent
George H. W....
Feb 3, 2008 ... This chart, based on historical figures from the nonpartisan Congressional
Budget Office, shows the total deficit or surplus for each fiscal year ...
Nov 21, 2016 ... For example, President Bush took office in January 2001. ... The President can
reduce the deficit by spending these funds instead of issuing new Treasuries. ...
$5.8 trillion debt level at the end of Clinton's last budget, FY 2001.
May 24, 2016 ... "We had a balanced budget and a surplus when my husband left the ... said in
July, lamenting the Bush administration's turn back to deficits in ...
Feb 16, 2015 ... Since World War II, President Richard Nixon left office with the least ... on the
president, but they have a major impact on the national debt.
TL;DR -- Decreasing rate of spending increases, increased revenues through
higher marginal ... By the time President Clinton assumed the office, he inherited
a trajectory from Presidents Reagan, Bush (would be more noticeable without the
Jan 8, 2013 ... At the Democratic National Convention, Bill Clinton famously opined that '
arithmetic' was the magic trick that enabled him to be the last ...
Sep 23, 2010 ... 19, 2010, edition of Meet the Press, former President Bill Clinton drew a ... In the
NewsBusters post, associate editor Noel Sheppard took issue with Clinton's
portrayal. ... Unlike deficits, which start fresh every year, the debt is cumulative
and ... The Office of Management and Budget estimates that the public ...
Jun 2, 2011 ... $11-plus trillion debt when George Bush left office." ... Steny Hoyer says George
W. Bush inherited $5.6 trillion surplus from Bill Clinton ... clear that he was
comparing a projected surplus to the deficit weaken his argument.
In that same link, Clinton claimed that the national debt had been reduced by
$360 ... Keep in mind that President Bush took office in January 2001 and his first