>> Thank you very much.>> Donald Trump coming under withering new fire Tuesday for his real estate training venture Trump University. Thousands of people paid up to $35,000 each for seminars to learn about the billionaires real estate strategy.>> You're allowed to run seminars, but you're not allowed to commit fraud
>> New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman blasting Trump U in a TV interview.>> Students, the people who were ripped off, want their money back.>> Jeff Mason is on the story.>> So the New York Attorney General basically said that's an example of Trump having preyed on people to get their money.
In fact, he used an example of saying that Donald Trump encouraged the students at the school to increase their credit limits, to pay for more seminars at the school.>> And a Federal judge presiding over Trump U lawsuits, ordering the release of details on the school's practices that Trump tried to keep sealed.
This after he blasted Judge Gonzalo Curiel last week at a rally.>> But I have a judge who is a hater of Donald Trump.>> The documents unsealed Tuesday are the so-called playbooks for Trump U's sales agents, including urging customers who could afford it to sign up for the most expensive gold elite training option at $35,000.
Another document saying foreclosures are the smartest, quickest way to get rich. Trump denies any wrongdoing.>> And I'll win the Trump University case. I could settle that case.>> Trump has been very eager to paint himself as a successful business man, talks about how much money he has.
So people who are opposed to him will say, look, this are contrary evidence to the Claim that he is such a great businessman.>> Trump University, which closed in 2011, faces three suits in all. Two class action suits in California and a civil suit brought by Schneiderman in New York.