Sanders’s Policy Plans Could Total A Whopping $97.5 Trillion Over 10 Years: Report

The Daily Caller | 10/15/2019 | Staff
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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’s various spending proposals amount to a total of $97.5 trillion over 10 years.

Total government spending could jump to as much as 70% of GDP under Sanders’s spending plans and 50% of the U.S. workforce would work for the government, the Manhattan-based news outlet City-Journal reported Monday.

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The U.S. budget deficit could reach $90 trillion over 10 years under all of Sanders’ plans, even though Federal Government spending is already projected to reach $60 trillion and state and local government spending is projected to reach $29.7 trillion, according to the City-Journal citing a report from the Congressional Budget Office.

Additionally, the budget deficit over 10 years could reach $90 trillion, and annual budget deficits could exceed 30% of GDP, the City-Journal reported.

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My NEW article adds up Bernie Sanders’ entire agenda:

–**$97.5 trillion** in new spending over the decade.

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–70% of GDP in total govt. spending (fed+state+local).

–30% of GDP budget deficits.

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Sanders’ Medicare For All plan would cost about $32 trillion over 10 years, according to two studies — one by the Mercatus Center and another by the Urban Institute — though the Vermont senator himself said the plan could cost “somewhere between $30 and $40 trillion over a 10-year period” in a July interview with Washington Post reporter Robert Costa.

His climate change plan could amount to $16.9 trillion and aims to create 20 million jobs, and his plan to guarantee all Americans full-time government jobs that pay $15-per-hour plus benefits could cost $30.1 trillion.

The last $11.1 trillion would come from his $3...
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