"I pay for everything I am proposing. I do not add a penny to the national debt," Hillary Clinton said at the last presidential debate.
That's something Clinton has said a few times now. The problem is, it's not completely accurate.
According to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, with Clinton's plans, the national debt would rise from about $14 trillion to $23 trillion in 10 years. That's a $9 trillion difference.
What's probably more accurate is for Clinton to say her plans wouldn't really speed up our national debt increase — that it wouldn't get any worse than it's already projected to get.
That same analysis found Donald Trump's plan would speed up the national debt increase — from $14 trillion to $28 trillion.