The number of people receiving food stamp assistance has dropped by about 6 million people since President Trump took office in January of 2017.
According to The Daily Caller:
Roughly 6.2 million people have dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump’s first month in office.
Data from the USDA shows 6,268,285 individuals have left the food stamp program since Trump took office.
In February 2017, the first month after Trump took office, 42,297,791 persons were participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. As of June 2019, 36,029,506 persons were participating in the program.
Similarly, 20,937,903 households were participating in the program in February of 2017 – a number which slimmed down to 18,230,968 by June 2019 revealing that 2,706,935 households dropped out of the food stamps program since Trump took office.
The Obama stimulus package allowed states to waive the work requirement in 2009 which cause a major increase in childless adults on the program.