"When I heard that Donald Trump was making money from real estate, I was dumbfounded. How can he get away with making money off of signing papers when I have to clock in and clock out and work hard in between? He should have at least given the banks that owned them above market rates so that everybody wins," commented Tara, an activist at a Clinton fundraiser.
Warren was not alone in accusing Trump of involvement. “They may look like nameless, faceless numbers from his perch, gold-plated perch, in Trump Tower, but these are real human beings in real communities that are just trying to get ahead,” stated Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.
In a final blow, Warren ended her speech with "If Donald wins, you lose." She followed up with tweet stating "If it sounds bad, outlaw it. #welikeit #financialbullying #nomorelosers"
According to a source close to her staff, she is ready to introduce a bill called No-Loss Real Estate. If passed, the bill would require real estate transactions to be net-positive for the buyer and the seller.
"There's no reason home prices can't continue to rise throughout the length of ownership. When people commit to a mortgage, they expect a secure increase in their investment. Nobody should have to lose in a business transaction."