President Donald Trump on Thursday diverted from remarks about “free speech” on college campuses to discuss how much he loves loans and how he loves using other people’s money.
“It’s outrageous what’s happening,” Trump told a room full of conservative students during a “free speech” event at the White House. “You’re not given that fair start. You’re too far down. It’s not right, and we’re gonna work very very hard to get it fixed.”
“We’re gonna talk about that very soon. We’re gonna work on that very soon,” he said, before stopping to talk about himself.
“I’ve always been very good with loans. I love loans. I love other people’s money. We’re gonna work on it,” he said.
Trump is going to solve the student debt crisis, y'all
"I've always been very good with loans. I love loans. I love other people's money," he says. pic.twitter.com/4mnax9bN4R
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 21, 2019
According to Mediaite, there’s roughly $1.5 trillion in outstanding debt from more than 44 million people.