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Law Firm in Trump University Case Gave $675,000 to the Clintons

H/T The Conservative Treehouse (I highly recommend this blog)

LawNewz has discovered a link between the firm that brought the Trump University case to court and the Clintons. Evidently, they've given large amounts of money (more than $600,000) to the Clintons in return for speeches. There is no speech in the world worth that kind of money, so we all know what is really going on here.

Here is an excerpt from LawNewz. I recommend reading the whole thing:

LawNewz.com discovered that when it comes to politics, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd, the law firm behind the class action lawsuit, is not exactly neutral either. Our analysis, using data first compiled byThe Washington Post, found that Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd paid the Clintons a total of $675,000 in fees for speeches since 2009. Hillary Clinton gave a $225,000 speech at the law firm as recently as September 4, 2014.  Bill Clinton also gave a speech for the same fee back in 2013, and another one in 2009 before the firm had been renamed (they used to be called Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP). In fact, of the five law firms that paid for the Clintons to speak over the last few years, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd paid out the most money.

Court records indicate 9 attorneys from Robbins Geller are listed as representing Art Cohen and the other former Trump University students in the class action lawsuit (there are three attorneys from another law firm as well). A review of the case’s docket reveals that the Robbins Geller attorneys have aggressively pursued the lawsuit, pushed for Trump to testify and for the trial to begin before the November 2016 election. However, it is also worth noting that the lawsuit was filed in 2013, well before Trump declared he was running for President.
It's also note worthy that under normal circumstances, the case would have been dropped a long time ago after the original people who brought the case dropped out. Apparently the original plaintiff, for example, had done videos and signed documents attesting that she loved Trump University and benefited from it. It's obvious the whole situation is just a shake down, and more than likely was influenced by politics after Trump declared his intention to run.
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