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The case against Trump University

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Donald Trump's  Trump University offered online and live seminars, promising to teach students  "business", "salesmanship" and "success".  For six years, thousands of people enrolled, forking over thousands of  dollars, hoping to hit it big in real estate. Now, New York's Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, says it was all an elaborate "bait-and-switch" operation.  Chris Hayes talks to the Attorney General about the lawsuit recently filed against the for-profit institution.