In 2008, the subprime mortgage crisis cost hundreds of thousands of American families their homes. It was a goldmine for predatory lenders. After that, a small group of investors got into the act by buying foreclosed properties for pennies on the dollar and then flipping them for fair-market value. Peabody-winning investigative reporter Aaron Glantz describes how practices that appear to be legal enriched some of Donald Trump’s inner circle, including several members of his presidential cabinet.