Its the Kommunist way.
- I seem to recall a former NY state AG that then became Governor pulled this extortion crapola before
- Isn’t he now running for Comtroller of NYC - and running in 1st place now -
- Client #9
If that 98% figure is true, thenThe Donald needs to give them all a call, have them fly in to film a few group commercials and run them heavily. Then countersue and relieve the idiot voters of NY of their unneeded cash. They elected him/his bosses, so they can pay dearly for their mistake.
Sucks for good people there. But by now if they refuse to leave that craphole they are just as much to blame.
98 percent is an enormous satisfaction rate.
If Trump’s courses are useless, he should be held accountable.
Eric Schneiderman = Client # 10
This is a combination of extortion and electoral precaution. The first is obvious; as to the second, someone considers it a reasonable precaution to smear Donald in case he is too vocal in upcoming elections, to downgrade the attention he’ll get.
New York Democrats, like their Mafia buddies, know how to shake down anyone with money. They are almost as good at it as the Feral Gubment.
I suspect that before this is over Trump will own this new attorney general.
Shame on those students for wasting their money on Trump U. when it could have gone to political contributions! Give it up, Donald; you know that money paid to you is never really yours.
The NY AG is an idiot, but claiming a 98% satisfaction rate insane. Its against human nature. At no time in history has 98% of the people in a large group ever agreed.
Offer, acceptance = contract
BTW, the progressive should fix the public schools, so much money wasted in public K-12 education.
What did they want for just $ 35,000?
“New York’s attorney general sued Donald Trump for $40 million”
40 million? Pocket change to Trump
And there are jobs waiting for those who paid $$$ to govt colleges ???
It’s a publicity stunt by the NYAG. Courts have already tossed cases of law school grads suing the law schools they attended because the grads didn’t like their job prospects after graduating. The grads claimed the school(s) provided misleading data to get them to enroll. Courts said, in essence, Caveat Emptor. Suits vs. Trump U will have the same result.