Clinton Camp Releases Mock Ad For Trump U: ‘You Won’t Learn Anything!’

Hillary Clinton’s campaign released a mock video ad for Trump University on Twitter Saturday, citing reports that the business school preyed upon people for their money.

The video begins by highlighting “three easy steps” for “being a part of at Donald Trump’s Wealth.”

“Step one: Sign up for Trump University,” a narrator reads. “Step two: Pay for Trump University at the amazing price of everything you have. Step three: There is no step three. You won’t actually learn anything. It’s that easy.”

In between the steps are snippets of news reports about various claims against Trump University including those that it encouraged students to pay fees using multiple credit cards and that it preyed on single parents.

Watch the full video below:

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