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Trump Not Draining Swamp, He’s Flooding It

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Trump's pre-Harvey rollback of flood defenses was a concern for his real-estate mogul close friend. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us exactly what you assume in the remark area listed below.

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" Right before Cyclone Harvey struck, Head of state Donald Trump rolled back rules that would have made communities extra durable to floods. A brand-new report released Tuesday by Democracy Ahead shows that this guideline adjustment was a top priority for his longtime friend as well as New York City realty tycoon that was given a role fit infrastructure policy.

The LeFrak Organization is among the largest privately-held real estate companies in the United States, with holdings in New york city City, L.a, as well as Miami. The firm's chief executive, Richard LeFrak, was selected by Trump last year to be the co-chair of his Framework Council. The controversial, and also now dissolved, council was charged with creating federal infrastructure plan as well as encouraging the head of state as well as the Transport Department on these problems.

LeFrak's involvement raises questions over conflicts of rate of interest as well as cronyism, the report suggests. These questions over his impact come on top of extraordinary private sector participation in policy choices under the Trump management. Inning Accordance With Democracy Onward, as co-chair, LeFrak "appears to have had the head of state's ear on framework spending as well as regulatory plan, including where he stood to profit."

Hosts: Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola

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31 comments

  1. Posted by Tony Rodi, at Reply

    He’s restocking it with Republican reptiles!

  2. Posted by Franktional, at Reply

    I guess instead of appointing some rich successful guy to run infrastructure he should just appoint some poor loser nobody has heard of before.

    • Posted by liberal 1, at Reply

      Jesus Anaya we did that already hus name was obama.

    • Posted by Sean Hayes, at Reply

      How about a public planner? Lol… or an engineer? There’s a few steps between “rich developer” & “nobody.”

  3. Posted by Salli Ala Nabi, at Reply

    Tramp supporters don’t care, as he said it himself he could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and still wouldn’t lose their support. *He knew their cuck mentality even from the start*

    Some people just love being abused, Tramp and Hitlerry supporters are one of them. Like an old beaten housewife, still hanging on to an abusive husband thinking she *can* change him

  4. Posted by 40INTENSITY, at Reply

    Should Trump have a gold toilet in jail or a classic painting?

  5. Posted by Zentron, at Reply

    The corruption is flooding in.

  6. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    “Employees must wash hands” is an example of a regulation. Should we get rid of that to save restaurant businesses a few bucks on hand soap/paper towels? No. Regulations (much like unions) are meant to be for the benefit/protection of workers, and long-term be cost saving measures in case something bad were to happen.

    • Posted by mark navarro, at Reply

      Jesse Torres don’t be stupid man we’re talking small amounts.

    • Posted by James Guilford, at Reply

      Mark navarro; Everyone with a brain knows that not all regulations are reasonable, and therefore said regulations need to be carefully considered one by one, and the unreasonable regs done away with. This is not the Trump approach, to the issue of regulations however. Trump’s approach, as he laid out to the public, is to do away with at least 2 regulations for every new regulation put into effect; after a period of time, in which no new regulations can be put into place ! This is absolutely insane, and is an indication of corruption on a grand scale !

    • Posted by mark navarro, at Reply

      James Guilford when we reach a point it no longer makes sense we can stop

    • Posted by James Guilford, at Reply

      mark navarro; Mountain top removal coal mining, has never made sense; when are we going to stop that practice ? Logging our old growth forest tracts, within our national forests has never made sense, but yet we continue to do it. Using our oceans as a dumping grounds, for toxic waste, does not make sense, yet we are still doing it. Earthquakes in Oklahoma, a state that was traditionally in one of the most geologically stable regions of the world, do not make sense, but what are we doing about that
      problem?
      Urban sprawl, was recognized as being a serious problem a long time ago, but yet not only does it continue, we as a nation are committed to the idea that our economy, in order to function, must endlessly expand, which means urban sprawl must also continue.

      We reached the point in which economic expansion, and the increased consumption of resources, including the destruction of farm land and wild lands, which is part and parcel of economic expansion, no longer made sense a long time ago, but yet, here we are today, thanks to Trump, reversing what few gains had been made in terms of conservation and over all, environmental protection. Put more simply, our goal at this point in history, should be economic stability, coupled only with sustainable economic expansion, that does not always and forever, require the destruction of rural and wild lands.
      Finally by the time we figure out something we are doing in regards to our environment, food supply and workplace safety, no longer makes sense, the damage has already been done, and is often irriversable.

  7. Posted by Randy H, at Reply

    Tell me something I don’t know

  8. Posted by BundesRepublic Murica, at Reply

    So when are the american people and the rest of the government (outside of trump sychophants) going to see Trump for what he is, and that is a clear and present danger to our system of democracy. If they could see clearly they would realize that what the trump dynasty is doing is supporting our adversary Russia, He needs to be removed from office.

  9. Posted by Thomas Smith, at Reply

    I generally agree with the title. Trump stacked a lot of top cabinet positions with Wall Street guys

  10. Posted by Barry Nichols, at Reply

    It’s obvious that Trump acts exactly the opposite as he campaigned.

  11. Posted by don simpson, at Reply

    You thought the government was corrupt before it is totally corrupt now

  12. Posted by Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, at Reply

    Trump didn’t drain the swamp. He turned it into a national park.

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      Whiskey Tango Foxtrot – No, he’s turning it into a sewer.

  13. Posted by Sean Hayes, at Reply

    You know who not to trust? A giant corporation no one’s ever heard of.

  14. Posted by Jay Wilson, at Reply

    “I’m gonna build a swamp and fill it with swamp.”
    – Donald Trump

  15. Posted by John P M, at Reply

    Trump,the worst leader ever.

    • Posted by James Michael Campbell, at Reply

      John P M You haven’t the slightest idea, Trmpf and the GOP basically killed the human specie’s….

    • Posted by scott .lukes, at Reply

      Louis the 14th was pretty bad…

  16. Posted by Stacey Story, at Reply

    We need to empower our people to start their own businesses to be able to make change themselves build high. And have an fall back plan Rv a home that moves out of the way of the Storm.

  17. Posted by d1nonlyd ars, at Reply

    he replaced the swamp with…………..(wait for it)……………MORE SWAMP

    • Posted by Cris LeRoi, at Reply

      d1nonlyd ars
      a mote

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      d1nonlyd ars – No, he replaced it with a sewer.

  18. Posted by Stevie84s, at Reply

    Trump: “I have ENDED the WAR on BIG, CLEAN, BEAUTIFUL SWAMP!!!!”

    • Posted by OsirisLord, at Reply

      War on Earth.

  19. Posted by Jőnesy, at Reply

    lmaooo tangerine tyrant