May 09, 2016 11:32 PM EDT
University Fraud Allegations Thrown At Trump Give Rise To Questions In Regards To His Qualifications As US President
7,000 students signed up for the "Trump" university. These students signed up for the program in hopes that they would learn Donald Trump's secret to growing his business into becoming an empire, as reported in Telegraph UK.
Sherri Simpson, a single mom, though, had her own opinion on the "Trump" university program and Donald Trump himself. She said:
"I am a single mum. Based on the fact it was Donald Trump, I signed up. I made a huge mistake trusting him. America, do not make the same mistake that I did with Donald Trump. I got hurt badly and I would hate to see this country get hurt by Donald Trump."
Many, though, have been ruling out that the "Trump" university program was a hoax. In a few days span of Trump becoming a presidential nominee, a case was filed against the businessman in San Diego, California stating that he fooled students into taking the "Trump" university program.
The court stated the case would go on trial on November 28.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles Times reported that district judge Gonzalo P. Curiel in San Diego had this to say about Mr. Trump's case:
"I'm anxious to move this case forward. I'm thinking of my jury. Will they be able to stay clear of the media frenzy that will rise? Ultimately, that's my No. 1 concern."
Meanwhile, attorneys for the students at the previously existing Trump University requested that the trial begin in July this year.
Trump's lawyer said in a March hearing that it would be hard to get an unbiased jury. As reported in News Max, this is because the businessman is in the midst of bidding for the presidency in the United States. Hence, the publication reported that it would be chaos if this trial pushes through while Trump is running for president.
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