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New York's attorney general has sued Donald Trump for $40 million, saying the real estate mogul helped run a phony "Trump University" that promised to make students rich but instead steered them into expensive seminars, and failed to deliver promised apprenticeships, the Associated Press reports.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says many of the 5,000 students who paid up to $35,000 thought they would at least meet Trump but instead all they got was their picture taken in front of a life-size picture of "The Apprentice" TV star.
Schneiderman said: "Trump University engaged in deception at every stage of consumers' advancement through costly programs and caused real financial harm.
"Trump University, with Donald Trump's knowledge and participation, relied on Trump's name recognition and celebrity status to take advantage of consumers who believed in the Trump brand."
The US property tycoon Donald Trump has started planning a second golf course on his estate on Scotland's Aberdeenshire coast despite a public and political outcry over the last.
Trump International Golf Links opened on the Menie Estate in July following a seven-year battle with local residents, environmentalists, wind farm manufacturers and politicians.
The development of a second course comes weeks after one of Mr Trump's opponents called for a full public inquiry into all official dealings between the billionaire and Scottish authorities.
Architect Martin Hawtree, who has designed both courses, said the latest one will "contrast boldly with its high-flying neighbour by exploring in relaxed manner the beauties of the land behind the dunes".
The first golfers have teed off at US tycoon Donald Trump's multi-million pound golf resort.
Trump International Golf Links, in Aberdeenshire, opened to the public for the first time.
A few days ago the businessman was piped on to the 18-hole course, which is three miles long, before cutting a ribbon and striking the first ball with former Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie to declare the resort officially open.
The course is said to be open to all and people can have a game on a "pay-per-play" basis and discounts are offered to residents of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
The entrepreneur Donald Trump has tweeted his support of Rupert Murdoch after criticism from MPs on the Culture, Media and Sport commitee:
Donald Trump is opposing an application to put up 11 turbines a couple of miles off the coast of his new golf course in Aberdeen.Read the full story ›