Trump to testify in Trump University fraud case
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Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about plans to build Trump Tower in Moscow during 2016 campaign: report DC train system losing 0k per day during government shutdown Senate Republicans eye rules change to speed Trump nominees MORE will testify after the election in a class-action lawsuit that accuses the presumptive GOP nominee and Trump University of defrauding people who paid for real estate seminars, according to The Associated Press. 


A federal judge in San Diego Friday set a date for Nov. 28.

The case is one of three that accuse Trump University of charging $35,000 for real estate seminars that were never delivered.

Trump has faced scrutiny over the school, especially for his claim it had received an A rating from the Better Business Bureau.

The school had a D-minus rating in 2010, the last year it was active. Trump continues to fight the litigation, insisting that the reviews were overwhelmingly positive.

"Let's see what happens in court. This is a civil case, very easy to have settled, could settle it now, very easy to have settled. ... Let's see what happens at the end of a couple years when this case is over," the billionaire said during a debate in March.