FACTS,....Trump has effectively scrapped the "fiduciary" rule that required Wall Street firms to act in the best interests of workers and retirees in handling their 401(k)s—a move that could cost many workers tens of thousands of dollars.
Trump erased a rule that extended overtime pay to millions more workers, a move that will deprive many workers of thousands of dollars per year.
While Trump boasted that he is the best friend of miners, his Labor Department pushed to relax rules for safety inspections in coal mines, but was stopped by a federal circuit court.
Trump has made it easier to award federal contracts to companies that are repeat violators of wage laws, sexual harassment laws, racial discrimination laws, or laws protecting workers' right to unionize.
"Trump—who held himself out as a champion of workers during the 2016 campaign—seems close to single-handedly pushing the industrial world into recession, which would, of course, do serious harm to workers in the U.S. and around the world," Greenhouse wrote.
"With a friend like that, America's workers need no enemies."