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    Posted: Jul 03 2019 at 10:40pm
In February 2018, a federal court approved a $25 million settlement for students that were duped by Donald Trump and his now-defunct Trump University. I’ll have to dig further into that, but I am wondering if any of those gullible, simple-minded suckers took out loans for Don’s massive scam.
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The GI bill works great

Don't take out a loan that you can't repay
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Education has no value. Betsy has a great little MLM* she can sign you up for. 

Just kidding Education has a tremendous amount of value. Just look at the way the the schools, the banking industry and government treats the teaching of our young people. Its a great business to be in if you are on the receiving end of the dollars. 

*Legal Pyramid Scheme. 
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$28 billion to the patriot farmers for Don’s trade war. $1.5 trillion tax break for the top 1%. Student debt loans $1.7 trillion...I’m guessing the student should have budgeted better. I’m also thinking Betsy DeVos would agree with me
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