President Biden blamed the high cost of college on his “predecessor” Monday, accusing Donald Trump of “looking the other way” as the price tag for higher education increased in America.
“As a part of my announcement to get relief to Americans with student debt, I’m holding colleges accountable for jacking up costs without delivering value to students. My predecessor looked the other way. My Administration is taking them on,” posted Biden on Twitter.
“We’ve terminated college accreditors that allowed colleges – like ITT and Corinthian – to defraud borrowers. @usedgov will also publish an annual list of colleges that leave students with unmanageable debt so that students can avoid these programs,” he added.
Read his full statement above.