esquire.com – Plenty has been said about Trump University since its namesake became the presumptive presidential nominee of the Republican Party. But there’s something particularly galling about hearing how the scam worked from the horse’s mouth—namely, one of the guys who was tasked with doing the scamming. James Harris, who claimed to have a background in real estate while selling Trump’s seminars, was foolish enough to agree to a CNN interview today. In it, dogged questioner Drew Griffin twists the screws into Harris until he is visibly squirming in his seat.
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