Between 2007 and 2018, outstanding student debt is nearly tripled to $1.5 trillion, and many worry it’s the next financial bubble like the housing crisis of the 2000s. Observers are right to worry about a student debt bubble, but it’s not like the housing crisis. Specifically, the federal government already backs 90% of student debt.
Let’s go next to our caller from the five, seven zero area code. Who’s calling today from five, seven zero. Hey David, does that mean yes, it is. Hey, what’s going on? This is Nick. Yes. I watched your video either was yesterday or a couple of days ago about, um, Bernie Sanders a new
Well folks, the treasury department is putting on their begging shoes because they’re about to have to go around to other countries and ask for a small loan of $1 trillion for the second year in a row. And the reason they have to go out there and beg and borrow for an extra $1
>>Bernie Sanders has outlined his policy proposal for student loan debt forgiveness and it is the most aggressive of the Democratic candidates so far. Even more aggressive than what Elizabeth Warren has proposed and I loved what Elizabeth Warren proposed. I like this more and I’ll tell you why. So first, here are the details.
Everything that Donald Trump has done since taking office as president of the United States has been to put more money in his pockets. Bottom line folks, that is what this entire presidency was about. From day one. The man wanted more money, wanted more power, and he found a way to do it. He’d