The Trump administration’s $50 billion plan to overhaul the country’s antiquated housing market is a “sham” and a “betrayal” of the “core values of American democracy,” the authors of a new book say.
The Trump administration is using a plan that was previously approved by the Democratic-led Congress as a blueprint to make the process of moving millions of Americans into houses more efficient and affordable.
The proposal calls for building more affordable housing by increasing the amount of affordable units available to people who qualify for government assistance and giving states more flexibility to build affordable housing.
It would also create more affordable public housing.
The authors of the book, The Trump Revolution: Why We’re in a Housing Crisis and What to Do About It, argue that the administration’s housing plan is an effort to put the country on the path to a “recovery” and not a “restoration” of what was once America’s most cherished institution.
The book was written by a team of academics and political scientists and published by the Brookings Institution in October.
“This plan is not about restoring America’s institutions, or rebuilding America’s infrastructure.
It is about privatizing public housing, making housing more expensive, and privatizing the nation’s public land,” the book states.”
The Trump Revolution,” written by former U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman and former U,S.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, argues that the plan is a betrayal of the American spirit of liberty, equality and opportunity.
The plan, they argue, would put hundreds of thousands of Americans at risk of eviction from their homes, which the authors describe as a “fraud on the American taxpayer” and an example of a “sideshow-show” that is “dangerous and harmful.”
The authors point to a 2016 report by the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, which said the average American household loses between $1,700 and $4,500 a year in housing costs when they qualify for housing assistance.
The American Housing Federation, which represents thousands of housing owners and builders, has said that the government needs to create 10 million affordable units to address the affordability crisis.
“We are not talking about a recovery,” said H.L. Mencken, who was one of the authors and is now the chief economist at the Center for American Progress.
“We’re talking about something that will make it more expensive to buy a home.
This is an economic disaster.
This proposal is just the latest in a series of attempts to make it harder for the middle class and poor to buy homes.
This has nothing to do with housing.””
The president has a choice between saving lives, or keeping the country from recovering from this economic crisis,” Castro said.
“The president is choosing the latter.”
“Trump Revolution” comes on the heels of Trump’s decision to nominate former Goldman Sachs CEO Gary Cohn to head the U,s.
The White House has said the decision was made after Cohn “served on the boards of the New York Stock Exchange, the World Bank and the American Chamber of Commerce.”
The book argues that Cohn’s work on Wall Street, including a Goldman Sachs investment in the failed health insurance company Covid-19 treatment for terminally ill patients, could be beneficial to the Trump administration.
“It would be a good idea to bring Gary Cohn on board as a partner at Goldman Sachs,” Castro wrote.
“In my view, his experience on Wall St. would provide valuable insight into how the Trump Administration is attempting to build the infrastructure to help the middle and working classes.”
“As we all know, the Trump era has been a complete disaster,” Menckens said.
“What we are seeing here is a continuation of the same economic policies that led to the Great Recession, which has now led to a Great Depression.”
The Trump-era housing plan would create more than 11 million new units of affordable housing and provide more than 100,000 additional public housing units.
The plan also calls for “a broad range of incentives” for low-income housing owners, including tax credits to help them buy homes, tax deductions for low to moderate incomes and a tax credit to homeowners with children.
“These tax credits and tax deductions are necessary because the American housing market has been in a state of disrepair for decades,” Castro added.
“There are more affordable rental units in the United States than in any other developed country, yet the average home value in America has increased by more than $1 million per year.
The Trump-tracked plan is about to make that happen again.
That’s not a good thing.
This plan would put tens of millions of American families at risk.””
For many, this plan is the beginning of the end of their dreams,” Menickens said in a statement.
“For others, it will mean that they will never again be able to afford a home in the future.”
“I am a lawyer, a professor, a resident scholar and