Hillary Clinton may have a mound of legal troubles facing her if the FBI hands down an indictment regarding her potentially illegal use of a private email server, but presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump has legal issues of his own to contend with in 2016.
A trial date of November 28 has now been set to address a class-action lawsuit against Donald Trump and the former real estate training program called Trump University, according to the Associated Press.
Former clients allege they were defrauded of entry fee for seminars, claiming they paid up to $35,000 and the training wasn’t beneficial. Mr. Trump has stated publicly that he still has the feedback surveys they completed after the seminar, giving rave reviews.
Trump’s lawyer, Daniel Petrocelli says Mr. Trump plans to attend most, if not all, of the trial and will take the witness stand. However, Nov. 28 is after the general election takes place.
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