Dr. Ben Carson, a member of the Trump administration’s coronavirus task force, told “American’s News HQ” that he would consider a national moratorium on evictions and foreclosures it if comes to it, but maintained confidence in property owners to extend forbearance to tenants to avoid “exacerbating the problem nationwide.””I would if that was necessary, certainly advocate that, but again I really don’t think that it’s going to be a problem because everyone is in this, everybody knows what the consequences are of exacerbating the problem … so I don’t think that’s going to be an issue,” Carson said Sunday.”Even if you might have an advantage today, you’re not going to have one tomorrow unless we all pull together and solve the problem.”— Dr. Ben Carson, ‘America’s News HQ’Last Wednesday, President Trump announced that the Department of Housing and Urban Development, led by Carson, will suspend all home foreclosures and evictions to the end of April as many Americans are unemployed due to the coronavirus outbreak – but the plan would only apply to roughly eight million units.TRUMP SAYS HUD WILL SUSPEND ALL FORECLOSURES AND EVICTIONS AMID CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKCarson said the $1.4 trillion stimulus package scheduled to go before the Senate for a final vote Monday includes provisions to aid the “most vulnerable citizens,” highlighting those

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