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Trump will testify after election in Trump University suit

Trump UniversityDonald Trump will testify after the presidential election on a class-action lawsuit that accuses the billionaire businessman and his now-defunct Trump University of defrauding people who paid up to $35,000 for real estate seminars, his attorney said Friday.

A federal judge in San Diego set a Nov. 28 trial, raising the possibility that Trump could take the stand as a president-elect if he wins the White House. The presumptive GOP nominee plans to attend most, if not all, of trial and will take the witness stand, Trump lawyer Daniel Petrocelli said.

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US election: Jeb Bush refuses to back Donald Trump

Jeb Bush will not endorse Donald TrumpFormer Florida Governor Jeb Bush has said he will not vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump in November's presidential election.  Mr Bush joins several high-profile Republicans who have refused to support the New York businessman's campaign.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday he "was not ready" to support Mr Trump, but will meet him next week.

Breaking with tradition, Mr Bush's father and brother - both former presidents - also withheld support.

Some Republicans have said they would back Democrat Hillary Clinton but Mr Bush ruled that out.

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Key figure in Trump super PAC convicted in campaign money case

Key figure in Trump campaign PAC convictedThe chief strategist of a pro-Donald Trump super PAC was found guilty on felony charges in federal court on Thursday as part of a group that concealed the expenditure of campaign money to buy the endorsement of an Iowa politician for the 2012 presidential campaign of Ron Paul.

Along with Jesse Benton, who was hired to lead the pro-Trump Great America PAC in March, former Paul aides Dimitri Kesari and John Tate were also found guilty by a jury in Iowa. Both Benton and Tate were longtime advisers to Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), while Kesari served as deputy campaign manager for Ron Paul's 2012 bid.

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Neither former Bush president will endorse Donald Trump

Both Bushed do not endorse TrumpNeither George HW nor George W Bush, the only two living former Republican presidents of the United States, will endorse Donald Trump.

In statements released to the Guardian on Wednesday evening, spokesmen for both former presidents said they would be sitting out the 2016 election. Freddy Ford, a spokesman for George W Bush, told the Guardian: “President George W Bush does not plan to participate in or comment on the presidential campaign.”

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Trump begins in a massive hole

Trump in holeDonald Trump begins the general-election phase of the campaign facing the prospect of a near-historic blowout defeat. And pollsters think he might be so far in the hole that he can’t dig himself out.

He’s trailing Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders by margins not seen in a generation.

Despite Trump’s frequent claims to the contrary, he trails Clinton, his most likely opponent, in nearly every hypothetical general-election poll thus far – often by wide margins. Overall, the HuffPost Pollster average of public polls gives Clinton a 7-point edge, 47 percent to 40 percent. A CNN/ORC International poll conducted just before Tuesday’s Indiana primary found Clinton leading Trump by 13 points among registered voters nationally, 54 percent to 41 percent.

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Ted Cruz drops out of presidential race

Ted CruzTed Cruz dropped out of the presidential race on Tuesday night, ending one of the best-organized campaigns of 2016 after a series of stinging defeats left Donald Trump as the only candidate capable of clinching the nomination outright.

Cruz had appeared eager to go all the way to Cleveland to contest the Republican convention, but a string of massive losses in the Northeast and his subsequent defeat in Indiana convinced his team there was no way forward.

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Workers fight for dignity in Trump's Las Vegas hotel: 'You don't talk to the boss'

Trump International employeesMaricella Olvera encounters Donald Trump on occasion, but she’s careful not to say a word. The 47-year-old cleans the penthouse at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas, where Trump, his family, and celebrity guests often come to stay. She cleans around them in silence. Trump is always uninterested.

“The policy is: you don’t talk to the boss,” she said at her small one-bedroom home, on the joyously named Sing Song Way in the city’s northern suburbs.

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