Warren slams Trump, calls him 'fraudster-in-chief'
LOWELL - Sen. Elizabeth Warren is once again taking aim at Donald Trump, calling him a "fraudster-in-chief" whose top goal is lining his own pockets.
The Massachusetts Democrat and enthusiastic critic of the Republican presidential hopeful used a speech at the Massachusetts Democratic Party's state convention Saturday to zero in on Trump University.
Warren says Trump put together an army of salespeople to focus on how much money prospective students could come up with before pushing them to max out their credit cards and fork over tens of thousands of dollars.
Trump University is the target of lawsuits that accuse the business of fleecing students with unfulfilled promises to teach them the secrets of real estate success.
Trump has said customers were overwhelmingly satisfied.
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