NEW YORK (Reuters) - Real estate tycoon Donald Trump said on Friday he has decided to resign from the board of Trump Entertainment Resorts due to disagreements with bondholders who want the casino group to file for bankruptcy.
ALBANY, N.Y. — New York’s attorney general sued Donald Trump for $40-million Saturday, saying the real estate mogul helped run a phoney “Trump University” that promised to make students rich but instead steered them into expensive and mostly useless seminars, and even failed to deliver promised apprenticeships.
Trump shot back that the Democrat’s lawsuit is false and politically motivated.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Donald Trump on Monday defended his Trump University as a booming success for student entrepreneurs and blasted New York’s attorney general, who called it a scam.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman shot back that Trump is making wild accusations, just like others who commit fraud and get caught.
“We have a terrific school. It’s done a fantastic job,” Trump told ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “We have a 98 percent approval rating among students.”
With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hurting due to scandal and Sarah Palin doing who knows what, billionaire and occasional birth certificate truther Donald Trump is thinking it might be his turn to be the outspoken Republican on the presidential ticket.
“It is something I would certainly look at. You know why? I’m unhappy with the way things are going in America,” Trump told Reuters in an interview Tuesday.
The real estate tycoon accuses Irongate Wilshire principals of failing to follow through on promises to build a five-star resort called Trump Ocean Resort Baja Mexico.
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Thursday against a Los Angeles developer that paid to use his name for an oceanfront condominium project in Baja California but then failed to build it.