Real GDP grew by 1.9 percent in the third quarter of 2019, according to the report released by the BEA on October 30. This follows a 2.0% increase in the second quarter. Keep in mind, this is the first ("advance") estimate of third quarter data, and will be revised later.
Consumption alone accounted for the 1.9 percent increase in real GDP. Together, the other three components (investment, government spending, and net exports) were essentially unchanged.
Real U.S. GDP has grown at a relatively steady rate since 2009. It is currently estimated to be over $19 trillion.