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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Zaac, Jun 10, 2016.
Floridians should have canned her while they had the chance.
She's not the only state attorney general that dropped cases planned against Trump University after Trump donated money to their favorite charity.
But, but, Hillary is SO CORRUPT, WE KNOW THAT. So it would be better to vote for the lesser of two corrupt candidates and vote for Trump.
Texas Governor Caught Accepting Bribe From Trump To End Investigation Into Trump University
Guess which Texas Republican is the only politician who Donald Trump contributed to his campaign, and is coincidentally the same person who used his political power to abruptly end the probe of Trump University for criminal misconduct? That former Texas Attorney General is now Republican Governor Greg Abbott. He ended the case against Trump University, then a few years later received $35,000 in campaign contributions as his reward. All told, Donald Trump was facing a settlement cost of $5,400,000, but Texas Republican Greg Abbott let him off the hook with nothing more than a promise to leave Texas, leaving taxpayers on the hook for the costs of investigating, and leaving scammed students in the lurch.
State prosecutors then led by Republican Greg Abbott spent eight long months hot in pursuit of the fake education scheme pushed by Trump’s “instructors” at hotel ballrooms. On January 6th, 2010 prosecutors sent an ominous “Civil Investigative Demand” letter to Trump University. Then, in May 2010 the State of Texas’ attorneys wanted to settle with Trump for full refunds of not only the $3.7 million dollars going back to his scammed students but also the $1.7 million in fines and legal costs that his victims racked up in their pursuit of justice. Texas prosecutors built their case in writing, and cited the numerous legal violations in a memo, and they also wrote this ominous conclusion about Donald Trump’s potential legal defenses for operating his racket:
We believe there is a possibility that Trump University will file for bankruptcy, primarily to stay both the California federal court class action and this case.