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Is Trump’s New Apprenticeship Program A Scam?

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Will Trump's new works program actually develop jobs? John Iadarola as well as Ben Mankiewicz, hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Tell us what you assume in the remark section below.

" Head of state Trump is taking one the most concrete steps of his presidency on Thursday to deal with the employment potential customers of workers left behind by the existing economic expansion. In doing so, he also signs up with a long-running as well as periodically controversial dispute over whether those employees have the abilities they have to land desirable tasks.

Mr. Trump's activity is available in the form of an exec order increasing federally moneyed apprenticeship programs. The order would produce a category of programs that market teams and various other third parties might create and after that send for Labor Department approval, rather than functioning within existing division guidelines.

" Instructions put trainees right into wonderful jobs without the crippling financial debt of traditional four-year university levels," Mr. Trump claimed. "Instead apprentices earn while they learn."" *.

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  1. Posted by roger Brownfield, at Reply

    here is a better question, what about Trump isn’t a scam? Big government Trump thinks his friends need more hand outs.

  2. Posted by Spunky1991, at Reply

    Nobody runs scams better than Trump. Professional con man at his best. His biggest con was fooling 62 million idiots into voting for him.

    • Posted by Trey Corteź, at Reply

      Spunky1991 he didn’t con me. I know he’s a crook and I didn’t care because there was no way I’d ever vote for Hillary!!!

    • Posted by Spunky1991, at Reply

      +Trey Corteź​​ So in other words you’re just an idiot? Whether you like Hillary or not. Trump should have been the last person you voted for(There were options outside of both him and Hillary). And looking at your profile picture you seem very happy to have voted for that crook.

  3. Posted by Jimmy Greer, at Reply

    WOW!!! Between the coal mine & DAPL Trump has created a total of 100 jobs!!!! Watch out China, we’re coming for you!!!

    • Posted by Andy Fruth, at Reply

      Jimmy Greer 100 jobs. tremendous. 70 jobs will be gone after construction

  4. Posted by dangerouslytalented, at Reply

    1) hire “apprentices” on training wages with no oversight
    2) overwork said apprentices and underpay them.
    3) never hire the apprentices at the end of their time
    4) go to step 1

    this is how employers are exploiting a similar scheme in Australia

    • Posted by Gripen1974, at Reply

      Similar here in Sweden and heck they even get payed to have ppl in training and the salary is payed by the government, which basically is the unemployment benefit and if you don’t have unemployment benefit you get nothing but is forced to work 40 hours a week.

  5. Posted by OrionPax09, at Reply

    “Is Trump’s New Apprenticeship Program A Scam?”

    Considering that this is the mutant love child of Satan and a Ferengi that we’re talking…you better believe that this is a scam!

    • Posted by Nevar StormDragon, at Reply

      OrionPax09 that is and insult to all ferengi in the galaxy. They are some of the most reputable business men in the alpha quadrant. They will have to take this up with the grand nagus to see how he wants to proceed against the fake nagus in office currently.

  6. Posted by Ichsuka, at Reply

    Is it a scam? OF COOOURSE.

    • Posted by Reuben Wills, at Reply

      Ichsuka LOL

  7. Posted by Rumpled Trumpskin, at Reply

    According to the Dept of Labor, the average wage for an apprentice is $15/hr
    (https://www.dol.gov/featured/apprenticeship/faqs)

    My hunch is that if Trump has anything to say about it, that average wage will drop precipitously, while funneling the lion’s share to corporations. It has to, $100 million divided by $31,200/year only comes out to about 3,200 jobs, and that’s if the companies don’t take a dime. Trump is a masterful swindler. He’s not a smart man, but he’s unmatched as a conman.

    • Posted by Astro Globe, at Reply

      Rumpled Trumpskin delaware carpenters union, first year apprenticeship averages out to 11 an hour for scaffold when you account for the school pay rate and work pay rate averaged out.

  8. Posted by jim Barnes, at Reply

    Holy Sh*t, Drumpf just made his TV series into real life. Does he get to do special appearances when the apprentices fail so he can deliver his infamous one liner. Was this cooked up by the GOP just to keep little Donnie occupied like a child with a shiny new balloon.

    • Posted by Massimo O'Kissed, at Reply

      jim Barnes
      Waahh! Waargh! Huh, huh, huh, Waaarrrghh! It burst! Nuke China!

  9. Posted by Sterling Pound, at Reply

    We do this in the UK. Public money fuels private (often US) contractors in education and care homes, who slash costs to the bone and screw up on a daily basis. Don’t do it!

    • Posted by Teethgrinder 83, at Reply

      freedom1234573 both-they say they will cut costs but that often results in greatly reduced services

    • Posted by freedom1234573, at Reply

      Teethgrinder 83 i believe it, sorry u all gotta put up with that, soon we will too😐

    • Posted by freedom1234573, at Reply

      Teethgrinder 83 are u a yank across the pond?

  10. Posted by RODNEY Schells, at Reply

    what is wrong with Congress or whoever does going to watch over Trump and make sure he doesn’t do anything illegal or wrong there should be some checks and balances to make sure the money to being used for the right thing this whole thing worries me you know it really does I’ve never been like this with any other president that would had in the White House since I was born in 63 which Kennedy was the first president that I remember or less date since I’ve been able to vote even when Reagan was in office I didn’t worry about this cuz you could trust Reagan that he didn’t act like he was in Balance like something was wrong with him upstairs like if his elevator didn’t go all the way to the top you know Trump is what 6 ft tall 6 2 I didn’t know s*** stack that high

    • Posted by Matthew Hemmings, at Reply

      Congress is the legislative branch, they pass laws. Trump is head of the executive branch, he runs the stuff. Congress can’t tell him how to run the show, unless Trump needs a law/legislative authorization to do what he wants.

      If there is corruption, it would require congress to request an investigation on the governmental apparatus. Which is not likely, since it would be very bad for the Republicans.

      The best way to change things is to go to your local representative, and ask him to look into it. If representatives feel pressure to take action in order to be reelected, they might try to do something. If your representative is Democrat, try to talk about these subjects in your community, campaign against what you think is illegal and wrong. By chance, your message will reach Republicans in congress and change could be made.

  11. Posted by Hentie Dj, at Reply

    what happened to no money for health care.

    • Posted by eric liu, at Reply

      Hentie Dj health care and hundreds of others social security programs, research programs, education funds, environmental protection programs….

    • Posted by Carlos Lee, at Reply

      Hentie Dj im for universal heaalthcare but thats several billion dollars worth funding not millions worth.

  12. Posted by SeanTheOriginal, at Reply

    Do I need a degree from Trump University to qualify for an apprenticeship?

    • Posted by Bob Pratt, at Reply

      Yes, but you can just draw one with crayons on a kiddie placemat; worth about the same. I work in a large corporation and our ‘apprentices’ only learn the worst things about “keeping a job”. Their managers are too lazy to really train them or oversight their work and don’t teach taking pride in what-you-do.

  13. Posted by Sandra Nelson, at Reply

    This sort of thing was tried several years ago in Canada. It was an absolute shambles. Horrific amounts of money was lost. There was no reliable oversight, no bookkeeping, no accountability. No one knew what had become of millions of dollars just handed out to businesses that asked for job training funding. There was no follow up to ensure that the money was being used for job training. The businesses didn’t have to create any bookkeeping concerning what the money was spent on.
    Of course, when the loss of huge amounts of money was eventually discovered during departmental auditing, there was plenty of finger pointing and blaming. And again, Canada’s unemployed and under employed had vast amounts of funding taken from them.
    So, did these businesses use the money for hiring and job training? Hell no.

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  14. Posted by Trump Is fucking ivanka, at Reply

    This is the same as trump university

  15. Posted by John Williams, at Reply

    it’s a reality TV stunt

  16. Posted by Anthonyg Gordon, at Reply

    Why would companies do Apprenticeships when they can make Internships and hire people for free. And what type of jobs are these. Apprenticeship programs won’t work for technical jobs. Not enough money or time. It can probably work for Business based training and managerial or even journalism. But Programming Or Networking ??? Haha. I worked in IT industry for 10 years and Im still learning. High Technical Jobs should be a track in high school and middle school . Maybe just maybe that would work for a apprenticeship once they graduate. Hell, in India, they learn programming in middle school on up.

    • Posted by longbeach225, at Reply

      Very true. IT such a huge field and every few months something new is coming out. IT is a field where you must stay up to date, its a must. These programs will not help.

  17. Posted by Richard Shapiro, at Reply

    shouldn’t businesses pay for their OWN training? so I go to college (pay for it myself) then I go to a job and the government pays for that training, where is the risk to business?they get all the support on the front end, then get to take all the profits on the back end? that ain’t capitalism! profit and risk go hand in hand, businesses can make a fortune, but they should not get a safety net. if anyone should have a safety net, it’s individuals. not businesses. sad…pathetic…loser.

    • Posted by El León Heart, at Reply

      Richard Shapiro that’s the whole purpose of this guys Presidency man lol… I’m not sure how much the population realizes how the 1% fleeced them in this election… You have millions of Trump supporters who still believe Trump actually didn’t take money from big money donors during the campaign… there was a Trump supporter on Twitter the other day who claimed she knew Trump as being set up simply because “He doesn’t take a salary” … 😂😂😂 but she doesn’t realize Trump donating his salary he gets as president gets him far more in Tax Deductions and not to mention all the money his family is making Uping there private golf course fees and profiting off the Presidency abroad …. Smh… these people are gullible as hell…. and without Government oversight, how is this now A Welfare program for business owners … it’s basically “FREE” subsidies with nothing attached

  18. Posted by Dori C, at Reply

    of course it’s a scam. His whole life is a scam.

  19. Posted by Vaughn Gainey, at Reply

    Large sums of money given away to private companies that will set their own standard of success and no oversight. What could possibly go wrong.

  20. Posted by John Borg, at Reply

    The ways corporate welfare is allowed keeps growing. Sigh.

    • Posted by Progressive Logic, at Reply

      What’s corporate welfare?

    • Posted by John Borg, at Reply

      Progressive Logic This is. Socialising the costs and privatising the profits.