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“I have no intention of running for president.”
That’s what Donald Trump said in Time Magazine back in 1987.
Now, a controversial statement.
But that’s not such a bad thing.
The Trump University opened in 2005.
Much of the students that enrolled would do so initially via a series of free seminars and webinars. By definition, it wasn’t a University.
Set up to teach real-estate secrets, students would pay as much as $35,000 to join.
Yet, they wouldn’t even get a glimpse of Trump – he had nothing to do with the scheme.
Alongside the university, the Trump Institute opened which also had nothing to do with him.
It contained dubious material (notice a pattern?) that was packaged and sold off the back of his time on the American Apprentice TV show.
He simply licenced…
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