As of the close of business on Aug. 25, 2022, the latest day for which the Treasury has released the debt numbers, the total federal debt stood at $30,824,380,608,762.88.
That debt of $30,824,380,608,762.88 is $3,072,484,372,348.11 more than the $27,751,896,236,414.77 in total federal debt at the time of Biden’s inauguration.
As of the close of business on Aug. 24, 2022, the total federal debt had been $30,751,828,350,400.15. At that point, the debt had risen $2,999,932,113,985.38—not quite hitting the $3 trillion mark.
When President Donald Trump was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017, the total federal debt was $19,947,304,555,212.49.
By the time of Biden’s inauguration, four years later, it had risen $7,804,591,681,202,28 to $27,751,896,236,414.77.