I’m pretty sure this is physically impossible.
Total federal receipts were $185 billion during August, according to the CBO, while total federal outlays were $331 billion. Thus, the Treasury was forced to engage in $146 billion in deficit spending.
Despite this deficit spending, the Treasury reported that at the close of every single business day in August, the federal debt subject to a legal limit by Congress remained exactly $16,699,396,000,000.
That is approximately just $25 million below the legal limit on the debt that is $16,699,421,095,673.60.