Why would anyone pretend to be surprised when the most corrupt POUTUS in US history anticipated "earning" massive profits from an economic crash that cost 8 million Americans their homes? https://www.amazon.com/Homewreckers...p;creative=165953&creativeASIN=0062869531 "Two years before the housing market collapsed in 2008, Donald Trump looked forward to a crash: 'I sort of hope that happens because then people like me would go in and buy,' he said." "KIRKUS REVIEW "A tale of greed and corruption involving 'corporate landlords' who 'drove a generational transfer of wealth from hundreds of thousands of individual homeowners to a handful of well-heeled bankers and titans of private equity...'" "The author spotlights a variety of contemporary robber barons, including Donald Trump before he was president; Trump’s father, Fred; Wilbur L. Ross Jr. before he was the Secretary of Commerce; and Steven T. Mnuchin before he became Secretary of the Treasury. "Glantz’s impressive research leads him to portray each of the tycoons as morally bankrupt and utterly without compassion for homeowners who lost their property." It's bad enough that vulture capitalists like Trump, Barrack, Schwarzman, Ross, and Mnuchin found ways to profit from the fraud the created the Great Recession; what's even worse is that they are now is positions to create new financial products that could make the wealth transfers of the biggest economic downturn since the Great Depression permanent. Too Much Winning or Drain the Swamp?