Donald Trump brought great reforms for the common people of the USA. The liberal leftists dedicated their 8 years rule to empower the global corporations and their loyal elites. Trump, for instance, brings great reforms and the good news that Ben Carson brought will be a great relief for the low income Americans.

Low-income Americans will no longer be passed over when the federal government pays the bill for construction projects, HUD Secretary Ben Carson said Thursday.

Carson said using a rule that has been ignored for much of the past 50 years is part of his different approach to running the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

“It’s not how many people we can get into public housing,” Carson said during an interview with Newsmax TV. “It’s how many people we can get out of it.”

To that end, he said, HUD will require that contractors who build projects funded by HUD to work with the communities where those projects are being built to employ local low-income residents.

“We’re going to put much more emphasis on Section 3, which requires HUD builders to use low-income residents as employees during the construction of these various developments and in the redevelopment of places,” Carson said on The Joe Pags Show, referring to a law created in 1968.

“It’s largely ignored right now. We’re going to change that by emphasizing it in a different way and incentivizing people to use it,” Carson said.

Carson said that while architects and engineers are in the planning phase of a project, training providers can use that time to teach nearby residents the construction skills needed to work on those projects when the building begins.

“Most major construction and reconstruction projects are known about well more than a year in advance,” Carson said. “If you know that already, why not prepare the people, begin to train the people, ahead of time — so that when you’re ready to do it, you have the workforce that’s necessary?”

Carson said that approach not only rebuilds a community, it helps those in it rebuild their lives.

“If you give them those skills, you’re giving them something that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives,” he said.

Carson said HUD was created to be more than just a housing agency, and he wants to tap its full potential.

“It was designed because it was recognized that there were a number of people in our country who were disadvantaged but who were still very much in need of housing and in need of security,” Carson said.

“We’re expanding that mission to developing communities and neighborhoods in a way that they can be nurturing places that can really help to develop a full potential of all of our people,” he added. “That means working across silos and basically having a holistic approach to the way we do things — education, jobs, healthcare, transportation. All of those things are involved in creating the right kind of atmosphere.”

Carson said that once Democrats see what he is doing, they support his efforts.

“I’ve talked to a lot of people on the other side about some of these programs,” he said. “They, for the most part, actually like them. When they actually sit down and listen and we engage in a dialogue, they begin to see what the real effects are.”

H/T Western Journalism

America lives in the new era of progress and great development. For so many years we watched how the elites make a profit on our backs. Instead of jobs, they fed us with ridiculous welfare programs. Now, we get back to the roots.