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NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed a $40 million lawsuit against real estate mogul Donald Trump over what Schneiderman calls a phony "Trump University" that promised to make students rich.

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"It's a very straight forward fraud case. You're not allowed to make false representations to induce people to pay for your classes and then not deliver on those classes," said Schneiderman.

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"A lot of the money went into his pocket. We want to get the money back for the students," said Schneiderman.

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