Donald Trump releases names of veterans groups. The remaining GOP presidential candidate has released a list of veterans groups that reportedly benefited from his fundraiser last June. The media has been questioning Trump about the money the event raised recently. It led to him calling ABC reporter Tom Llamas a “sleaze.”
Now, what remains unclear is whether the controversial candidate will actually donate $1 million to the veterans groups from his own pocket.
Hillary Clinton accuses Trump of being a scammer. At the “Hillary for New Jersey” event in Newark, the Democratic presidential candidate took time to discuss about Trump and the latest charges on Trump University. Today, the institution is being sued by the New York Attorney General for fraud with Trump University employees themselves saying that the university is just a “fraudulent scheme.”
“This is just more evidence that Donald Trump himself is a fraud. He is trying to scam America the way he scammed all those people at Trump U,” Clinton said.
Trump has at least 3,500 lawsuits. According to a report by USA Today, There are at least 3,500 legal actions by and against Trump. Of these, about 1,900 cases involve Trump as a plaintiff while 1,450 have named Trump the defendant.
Meanwhile, as much as 150 cases involve bankruptcy and cases involving a third party. Moreover, there were at least 70 new cases that were filed by him and against him ever since he announced his bid for president a year ago.
Bernie Sanders says he would still have money after California. The Vermont senator said he would have money to run his campaign long after the California Primary. According to a report from The New York Times, he even has enough funds to keep running till after the Democratic National Convention that will be held last month.
Sanders releases a single with Thurston Moore. The Vermont senator and the Sonic Youth singer released a song entitled “Feel It In Your Guts,” which features excerpts of Sanders’ speeches as he talks about economic inequality, social justice, basic human rights and “worship of money.” According to a report from NME, the track is available in vinyl and as a free digital download.