Trump’s best leave much to be desired
WASHINGTON: Donald Trump says he hand-picked only the best to teach success at Trump University.
But dozens of those hired by the company had chequered pasts – including serious financial problems and convictions for cocaine trafficking or child molestation, an AP investigation has found.
The AP identified 107 people listed as speakers and staff on more than 21 000 pages of customer-satisfaction surveys the Republican presidential nominee has released as part of his defence against three lawsuits.
Trump and his attorneys have said repeatedly that the surveys show the overwhelming majority of participants were satisfied. However, the suits allege his namesake real-estate seminars were a massive fraud. – AP-ANA