Please verify

Blaze Media
Watch LIVE

A Minnesota millionaire was able to receive $300 a month in food stamps. The Trump administration wants to close that loophole.


A proposed rule from the USDA would save an estimated $2.5 billion each year

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

A Minnesota millionaire made headlines last year when he revealed he was able to collect $300 a month in food stamps for over 19 months using a loophole in the USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Now, the Trump administration has proposed a rule change aimed at stopping that from happening again.

What are the details?

Property owner Rob Undersander from Waite Park, Minnesota, ruffled feathers in his home state when he applied for — and received — SNAP benefits despite owning $1 million in assets. Undersander didn't need the assistance. In fact, he donated the funds to his church and other charities — he simply wanted to show the opportunities for waste in the system.

Read MoreShow less
Most recent
All Articles