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Response to redqueen (Reply #6)

Mon Nov 25, 2019, 09:50 AM

7. Yeah, two


It’s pretty sad when a Republican is way ahead of you on an issue of economic fairness and common sense:

'The fabric of America is being destroyed.' Why this ex-Trump official says student debt needs to be canceled

MACON, Georgia — As the head of student loan debt at the U.S. Education Department, Wayne Johnson discovered some people had balances of more than $1.5 million.

"I'll never forget it," Johnson, 67, said, during an interview with CNBC on Sunday night at a gated retirement community he owns here. "There were lots of folks in the $500,000 range, and $250,000 is not an uncommon number."

He saw a lot of other things that disturbed him.

More than 40% of student loan borrowers — or more — might never repay their debt, Johnson said. And the current $1.6 trillion portfolio of outstanding debt could swell to $5 trillion.

"The system is designed with no checks," Johnson said. "The fabric of America is being destroyed through this process."


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