Trump Leaps Into Higher Education

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Donald Trump is starting a university. Like many of his companies, it has the Donald's name on it. So for $300-500 you can take mostly online courses at Trump University.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. Even if you're not a contestant on The Apprentice, you can learn from Donald Trump, because he is starting a university. Like many of his companies, it has the Donald's name on it. So for $300 to $500, you can take mostly online courses at Trump University. Trump will not teach. The president says, we try to respect his time. He did have time to call a reporter, saying he wants to pass on knowledge that he gained during an interesting life.

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