Biden: I Will Not Cancel $50,000 Of Student Loans

Source: Forbes - View Original Article
Published: Feb 17, 2021
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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 50% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment and 26 negative sentiments for Student Debt Cancellation.
  • 1 negative sentiment for Government Spending


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 50% Negative and bias score of 50% Conservative:

16 negative sentiments for Joe Biden
1 negative sentiment for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
1 negative sentiment for Chuck Schumer
1 negative sentiment for Elizabeth Warren


Policies:

Government Spending
Student Debt Cancellation

Politicians:

Joe Biden
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Chuck Schumer
Elizabeth Warren

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-4% "That means if Democrats in Congress want student loan cancellation, they likely have to pass legislation.""
-5% "Don't simply hope for student loan cancellation.""
-6% "Republicans won't support any student loan cancellation.""
-7% "What does this mean for student loan cancellation?""
-8% "For example, substantively, Schumer and Warren want more student loan debt cancelled.""
-9% "While the U.S. Secretary of Education has the power to cancel student loan debt due to fraud, total and permanent disability, and other circumstances, ..."

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.



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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

46% : President Joe Biden says he won't forgive $50,000 of student loans.
46% : That means if Democrats in Congress want student loan cancellation, they likely have to pass legislation.
45% : This include $50,000 of student loan cancellation or $10,000 of student loans.
45% : Without a clear path forward, there's no guarantee that Congress can cancel $10,000 of student loans, or any student loan debt for that matter.
45% : Don't simply hope for student loan cancellation.
44% : Republicans won't support any student loan cancellation.
43% : What does this mean for student loan cancellation?
42% : For example, substantively, Schumer and Warren want more student loan debt cancelled.
41% : The White House says that Biden supports student loan cancellation, and that Biden will consider student loan forgiveness through executive action if he has legal authority.
41% : While the U.S. Secretary of Education has the power to cancel student loan debt due to fraud, total and permanent disability, and other circumstances, it has not been tested in courts whether the Education Secretary has unilateral power without further congressional authorization simply to cancel student loans debt on a widescale basis.
40% : They believe that the Higher Education Act of 1965 provides legal authority for the U.S. Secretary of Education to cancel student loans.
40% : To be clear, student loan cancellation is not universally supported in Congress.
38% : Based on this provision, they argue that it's unquestionable that the president (through the Secretary of Education) can cancel student loans for all student loan borrowers.
38% : Democrats in Congress have waged a campaign to pressure the president to cancel student loans through an executive order.
37% : At a CNN town hall tonight in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an audience member said there should be $50,000 of student loan debt cancellation for borrowers, not $10,000 of student loans, as Biden has proposed.
37% : Increasingly, it's becoming clear that Biden won't cancel student loans by executive order.
36% : Despite ongoing public pressure, Biden confirmed tonight where he stands on student loan cancellation.
35% : When the audience member asked the president what he will do to cancel $50,000 of student loans, Biden responded: "I will not make that happen."
35% : For months, Biden has been consistent in his position that he wants Congress to cancel student loans immediately.
34% : Procedurally, they want Biden -- not Congress -- to cancel student loans.
31% : Biden's direct response -- and rejection of a Democratic proposal in Congress to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt for borrowers -- is not a surprise.
28% : Biden's position tonight is clear that the president won't act unilaterally to cancel student loan debt.
28% : Biden believes that Congress, not the president through executive action, is the correct branch of government that controls federal spending, which includes any plans for student loan cancellation.
27% : Schumer, Warren, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others have publicly stated that Biden has the authority to cancel student loan debt, and Schumer has said Biden can do it with the "flick of a pen.
26% : This may be why Democrats have hoped Biden would cancel student loan debt.
24% : That said, Biden, Schumer and Warren all want student loan cancellation.
5% : Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) want Biden to cancel up to $50,000 of student loans by executive order.

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