As he appeared to be heading towards nomination as the Republican presidential nominee, is it possible Donald Trump will be the one in jail?
With all the talk about Hillary’s secret emails it is Trump who may be going to court.
He may be answering questions in as many as three lawsuits about a university critics say he created to make more money.
This isn’t something he can shout down with the backing of crowds and network television.
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Here is what Wikipedia, ever mindful of Trump’s threats of law suits, said: “On August 24, 2013, the State of New York filed a $40 million civil suit against the institution (which had largely ceased operations in May 2011), alleging illegal business practices and claiming numerous "false promises" made by The Trump Entrepreneur Initiative and its representatives. Donald Trump denied the allegations, claiming the school has a 98% approval rating and said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is "a political hack looking to get publicity." The New York Times editorial board stated that "Mr. Schneiderman’s suit offers compelling evidence of a bait-and-switch scheme."
“Schneiderman accused Trump of misleading more than 5,000 people to pay up to $35,000 to learn his real estate investment techniques.
“Trump has given conflicting stories. In his infomercial he said: “And honestly, if you don’t learn from them, if you don’t learn from me, if you don’t learn from the people that we’re going to be putting forward, and these are all people handpicked by me, then you’re just not going to make it in terms of world-class success.” He testified in a 2012 deposition that, contrary to the Trump University sales materials and statements he made in the infomercial to the media, he neither selected the instructors nor oversaw the curriculum.
“In October 2014 a New York judge found Trump personally liable for the institution's violation of state education laws.
Media reports this week said Trump would be compelled to testify in the case. Politico said no trial date has been set but Trump could be forced to appear on a primary day.
He already has had to defend himself against charges that he profited from bankruptcy.
Politico said even without a trial ”… After winning three of the first four nominating contests, Donald Trump hasn’t just hijacked the Republican Party but fractured it newly into three.”
Might there be a brokered convention. Would Trump break his pledge not to run as an independent. Would Michael Bloomberg throw his hat in the ring?
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