You read the headline right America, Trump foe and nemesis Arnold Schwarzenegger has thanked the President for addressing the out of control homeless crisis in California.
“When it comes down to it, California was going through a period where we had kind of had a no-growth movement,” Schwarzenegger told “The Next Revolution” with Steve Hilton.
“Therefore there was no supply anymore so the demand became bigger and bigger and the prices of homes now went up,” Schwarzenegger said, referencing California’s “no-growth movement” causing a “disruption” in the supply and demand of housing.
Schwarzenegger said that apartments in Santa Monica or Brentwood, Calif. range from $2,000-3,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and $5,000 for a two-bedroom one.
“No one could afford it except people that made a lot of money so it priced people out of their homes,” Schwarzenegger said.
Schwarzenegger also said the environmental movement prevented new construction and it has “backfired,” driving California’s “no-growth movement.”
Schwarzenegger thanked Trump last week for his efforts to combat the homelessness crisis in California.
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