Trump Budget Director Says Trump Promise to Cut National Debt Was "Hypberole" (04/13/2017)
"It's fairly safe to assume that was hyperbole," Mulvaney said. "I'm not going to be able to pay off $20 trillion worth of debt in four years. I'd be being dishonest with you if I said that I could."
"The reason the president doesn't want to change some of the mandatory spending, is because the public's not ready for it yet," he said. "They're ready for economic growth."
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