Trump on Trump U in March: ‘I Don’t Settle Cases, I Win Cases in Court’

‘When you start settling lawsuits, everybody sues you’

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SCARBOROUGH: “Well, let me ask you this. If you — you suggested that if you got out all of these people were going with you. So you still are willing to run as an independent if the Republican Party doesn’t play fair by your rules?”
TRUMP: “Well, look, do I want to? No. I’m leading by a lot — the Republicans. But they’re spending now $100 million on negative phony ads on Trump University which, by the way, has at 98 percent approval rating by the students that took the course — 98 percent. That’s why I won’t settle case. It would be easy for me to settle the case, it’s a simple civil case. I could settle that case so easy Joe, but I don’t want to settle it. And probably I should but I don’t want to, because I give them a great soundbite, that’s probably why I should. I win that case so easily. But — and I don’t settle cases. You know what happens? When you start settling lawsuits, everybody sues you. I don’t get sued too often, because I don’t settle cases, I win cases in court.”

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