Renowned author Robert Kiyosaki, known for his best-selling book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” has expressed grave concerns regarding America’s financial state amidst protracted deliberations over the debt ceiling.
Kiyosaki, who co-authored the influential work with Sharon Lechter in 1997, has achieved significant acclaim with his book remaining on the esteemed New York Times Best Seller List for an impressive duration of over six years.
Remarkably, this literary masterpiece has garnered a staggering readership, with a colossal 32 million copies sold in excess of 51 languages across a staggering 109 countries worldwide.
Kiyosaki’s assertions arise at a pivotal moment when the United States confronts the looming specter of potential debt default.
Speaking on this pressing issue, the distinguished author points to alarming statistics, asserting that unfunded liabilities such as Social Security currently exceed a colossal sum of $250 trillion.
With lawmakers embroiled in lengthy negotiations over the debt ceiling, Kiyosaki’s sobering commentary amplifies concerns over the nation’s financial stability and the dire implications of a possible default.