Modani, who has a son and daughter, has a career as an independent artist, and is one of the most prolific furniture designers in the world.
His creations have made their way into everything from furniture to home decor, and even into the office of President Donald Trump.
But as a result of the Trump administration, the furniture company said, the art is now on the chopping block.
The company’s CEO, the late Howard Wiebe, died of a heart attack in February 2018, leaving behind a legacy of building the world’s most famous furniture.
“He was a visionary, a visionary and a great builder,” Wiebbe said in an interview with The New York Times in October 2018.
“But this is what he did for his company.
I’m going to have to get rid of it.
It’s just not a part of my life.”
But Trump’s administration is pushing for changes to the way the government and the furniture industries operate.
In 2018, the House voted to repeal the Fair Labor Standards Act, which prohibits employers from paying overtime, or “treats,” workers more than the federal minimum wage.
“The FLSAA was created to protect the right of workers to organize,” Trump’s budget director, Mick Mulvaney, said in his confirmation hearing.
“And that is why the FLSPA was repealed.”
In November 2018, Trump signed an executive order calling for “economic policies that promote economic growth, productivity and job creation, protect and enhance the economy, and preserve and protect the rights of Americans to earn a living wage.”
“I believe it’s the right thing to do,” Trump told reporters after signing the order.
“I do think we should be looking at the minimum wage.”
He also said that he had been thinking about revoking the FPL.
The FPL was created in 1935, under Franklin D. Roosevelt, and allows employers to raise their workers’ pay based on a number of factors, including how much they earn.
But many workers have found that they have no choice but to raise the minimum wages they are required to pay.
“There is no doubt that the minimum-wage hike is a big economic hit on the U.S. economy, but I think there’s more to it than just that,” the Washington Post’s Carol Leonnig wrote in July 2018.
As part of his tax-cut agenda, Trump has proposed eliminating the FPS, which is a key tool that sets the federal budget.
In addition, the Trump Administration has proposed slashing funding for programs that help low-wage workers, including programs that provide financial aid to students and the elderly.
And Trump has vowed to cut the U,S.
trade deficit, which was $3.3 trillion last year, by 30 percent.
“If you don’t think that’s a big deal, then you don to understand what we’re dealing with,” Trump said in March 2018, at a meeting with CEOs.
“We’re dealing about jobs.
And jobs are going to come back.
And I don’t want to lose the jobs that I have.
We have to protect them.”
A spokesperson for the Trump transition team did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the proposed cuts.
“It is important to note that Mr. Wiebel was an ardent supporter of President-elect Trump during the 2016 campaign,” said the spokesperson.
“Our commitment to our veterans and all Americans has never wavered.
We will never stop fighting to make America great again.”