But for now, Trump did talk about regulations, and how they are suffocating the economy. To prove it, he cited the low homeownership rate, which is in fact at itslowest rate since 1965.
So what will he do about it? He said if he is elected he will immediately stop all new regulations from agencies. During that time, he’ll analyze current regulations and their effect on the economy.
In July, at the Republican National Convention, the Republican Party approved its 2016 party platform, which included changing the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The platform also reiterated several points of the recently released Republican-crafted plan to repeal and replace the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Of course, the architect of Dodd–Frank doesn’t agree with these notions to dismantle it.
And here are some of Sen. Warren’s tweets in response to Trump’s economic plan: