Trump's legal troubles with alleged Trump U. fraud a growing issue on the campaign

Donald Trump is facing two lawsuits from students who allege fraud in connection with his defunct real estate investment "school."  The New York attorney general is also suing Trump, alleging fraud by Trump. The suits are now moving through the courts, and Trump opponents Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz think they have a potent avenue of attack against the real estate mogul. CNN: "There are people who borrowed $36,000 to go to Trump University, and they're suing now," Rubio said. "And you know what they got? They got to take a picture with a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump." That allegation is mostly true. Donald Trump continues to be haunted by a failed real estate investment school that threatens to pull him into the witness chair in the middle of this presidential campaign. And that opened the door for the second dagger in last night's debate, this time from Texas Senator Ted Cruz. "You know, Marco made...(Read Full Post)