When speaking about his university, Donald Trump claims there's a 98 percent positive approval rating for the courses.
As the NY State Attorney General brings a $40 million lawsuit for fraud against the TV personality, a former student speaks out and the opinion is not so flowery.
CNN's Alison Kosik reports.
"They sold us a whole bunch of nothing," says Kevin Scott.
The angry pupil claims the university made false promises that students would make high-level connections with industry experts.
"The problem is they weren't presenting the hard money lenders. I would say what's the harm in me contacting them directly? Nope – you gotta bring us the deal first. Did they ever exist?"
CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin says if the state can prove this was a fraudulent attempt to defraud students there is the possibility that Trump could pay compensatory and punitive damages, perhaps even the full $40 million.
To the issue of Trump's assertion that his students were satisfied on "New Day" on Monday, Scott responds:
"It's basically a critique and at the time I was pleased with how things were going because I thought this was going to work out."
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