Trump's Attorneys: Images of Trump Testifying On His "University" Will Tarnish His Image

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    Jul 13, 2016 5:28 PM GMT Trump Wants to Block Release of His Trump University Video Testimony

    A federal judge who has been a target of Donald Trump’s unending scorn must decide whether to release videos of the presumed Republican presidential nominee testifying in a lawsuit about the now-defunct Trump University — images that Trump’s attorneys worry will be used to tarnish the campaign....

    ...The lawsuits allege that Trump University, which wasn’t accredited as a school, gave seminars and classes across the country that were like infomericals, constantly pressuring students to spend up to $35,000 for mentorships and, in the end, failing on its promise to teach success in real estate....

    ...News organizations want full transcripts and video of Trump testifying...

    ...News organizations argue that the public has a right to the complete record, given how Trump has touted his business acumen and questions that the lawsuits have raised.

    Lawyers representing Trump University’s former customers say the videos present “a more complete picture” than the transcripts....

    ...Trump’s tone, facial expressions, gestures and body language show “complete and utter unfamiliarity” with Trump University’s instructors and instruction, despite the business mogul’s previous statements that he was extensively involved, the attorneys wrote. They said Trump also made “many spontaneous and ad hominem remarks that are not reflected in the paper transcript of his depositions.”...

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    Jul 14, 2016 1:25 PM GMT
    I am confident that U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel will do the right thing.
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    Jul 14, 2016 3:00 PM GMT
    That's nothing compared to the damage done to Hillary by the FBI ruling.56% of the country thinks she should have been charged. Check the latest polls.