President TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocrat urges the White House to pull out ambassador in Belarus on candidate TikTok that has gathered data from mobile to track Android users: report Peterson’s preliminary win at Minnesota House in key district MORE on Wednesday announced that his decision to remove an Obama-era rule meant to quell racism would win the favor of suburban women who fear living near income-based housing projects low, leading to decades of racist attack on such developments.
Trump stated in a tweet that “suburban housewives”; would vote for him out of fear that “low-income housing would invade their neighborhood”. joe BidenJoe BidenNAACP seeks to boost the number of black voters in six states. Biden greeted Trump saying that Harris would be the ‘good choice’ for VP Kamala Harris pick: The conventional (and predictable) option all with MOREThe presidential candidate is said to be of the Democratic Party.
Trump also attacked Biden’s promise to revive the revoked rule, known as the Affirmation of Fair Housing Rules (AFFH), and stated there was no clear reason that Biden would take Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony Booker California Dems Yang returns after expressing disappointment over his original DNC lineup of Obamas, Clintons headlined Biden’s nomination Senators demanded an elimination of tariffs on food and alcohol. wine, spirits of the EU (DN.J.) is responsible for enforcement.
“The suburban housewife will vote for me. They want to be safe and happy that I have ended the long-term program where low-income housing will invade their neighborhood. Biden will reinstall it, in a larger form, with Corey Booker in charge! “Trump tweeted, also tagged the Fox News show” Fox & Friends “and Fox Business Network anchor accounts Maria BartiromoLegislator Maria Sara BartiromoGOP: Democrats ‘ever more moderate’ IRS undermines the target of PPP Enterprises begging states to carry out masking missions MORE.
“Suburban housewife” will vote for me. They want to be safe and happy that I have ended the long-term program where low-income housing will invade their neighborhood. Biden will reinstall it, in a larger form, with Corey Booker in charge! @foxandfriends @MariaBartiromo
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 12, 2020
Trump’s tweet is his latest attempt to garner decades of racist opposition to efforts to discriminate against low-income housing and housing projects to support his re-election bid.
Trump’s argument is also inconsistent with his administration’s justification for the abolition of the AFFH rule in July. That rule, issued by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in 2015, requires local governments to demonstrate that federal subsidies for housing projects will not result in developments. has a discriminatory law or regulation.
HUD replaced the AFFH rule last month with a measure aimed at providing local governments with greater flexibility and reliability. But while HUD said the decision was intended to protect local governments’ autonomy in quelling racism, Trump has expressed it as a way to keep low-income Americans out of the neighborhood. wealthy population, where he unfoundedly declared that they would commit a crime.
The President has repeatedly stated that Biden’s plan to reinstate AFFH rules and push other anti-discrimination efforts will increase crime in wealthy suburbs that have split from the Communist Party. tie since he was elected. There is no statistical evidence to support Trump’s claim, but opponents of efforts to diversify neighborhoods and expand low-income housing have once invoked unfounded concerns about the crime. to prevent such efforts.
Last month, Trump also announced that his deregulation would prevent suburban families from being “disturbed or financially damaged” by the presence of low-income neighbors. The President also urged “American suburban housewives” to read an op-ed written in support of the abolition of AFFH, again declaring that “Biden will destroy your neighborhood and the American Dream. your.”
Fair housing advocates and Democrat lawmakers have fiercely criticized Trump’s decision to ditch AFFH and force low-income housing to crime, especially when the coronavirus pandemic triggers. disproportionate damage to communities of color. Black Americans and Latinos account for inadequate coronavirus cases and deaths and are more likely than other demographic groups working in areas where they cannot work remotely.
Latin Americans and blacks also face higher levels of unemployment and significantly less wealth ownership than other demographic groups. That gap in wealth is partly due to decades of housing discrimination that has prevented minority families from participating in government programs to significantly expand American home ownership. Caucasian after World War II.