A former Trump University salesman speaks out against the presidential candidate in a seven-figure Florida ad buy by American Future Fund (AFF), warning voters that, "with Donald Trump, you always have to read the fine print."
Cliff, the former salesman, explains that he is telling "the true story" about Trump's course, which is the subject of two class-action lawsuits and an action by the office of the New York State Attorney General, which labeled it a "bait-and-switch" scheme.
Cliff underscores that the course, which changed its name five years after the State Education Department sent a letter stating it could not use the term "university," was "D-rated on the Better Business Bureau" and speaks of "non-stop calls with complaints."
He indicates that he left his position because he, "thought it would be easier for me to sleep at night," and that he personally doesn't trust the candidate.
Stuart Roy, an AFF advisor, said, "Having previously heard from some of the everyday people victimized by Trump University, some to the tune of tens of thousands of dollars, we're now hearing of the personal nightmares of those called upon to peddle Donald Trump's bait-and-switch scheme. If his own people can't count on Donald Trump to deliver on his promises, how can the American people?"
The ad, which will be aired in Florida beginning Thursday, can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/F9Gr9nS3fLk
The American Future Fund, which operates as a 501(c)(4) organization, is a national issues advocacy group providing Americans a voice to support conservative and free market ideals.