Trump in 2005. Lawyers representing President-elect Donald Trump requested on Saturday that a class-action fraud trial over real estate courses at the now defunct Trump University be postponed until after Trump’s inauguration. The federal trial, which is scheduled to start on Nov. 28, surrounds allegations that the university falsely portrayed itself as an accredited institution, and pressured those registered to spend over $30,000 on courses taught by instructors chosen by Trump himself. “Now that the election is over, we submit that the President-Elect should not be required to stand trial during the next two months while he prepares to assume the Presidency,” read the motion filed by Trump’s lawyers in a San Diego federal court on Saturday evening.
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