Donald Trump might be a rookie politician, but he's a veteran at making his case to the American people — especially those hoping to strike it rich on the real estate market.
On May 27, a federal judge ordered the release of hundreds of pages of documents from a class action lawsuit against his since-shuttered Trump University. The internal "playbooks" contained techniques for bringing in new students to Trump's seminars. The language is familiar and some of the instructions bear a striking resemblance to Trump the candidate's campaign trail rhetoric.
So where does Trump University end and the presumptive GOP nominee begin?
Take the quiz below and see if you can tell the difference.
“You must be very aggressive... in order to push them out of their comfort zones.”
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“(Reporters) are dishonest. Most of them. Not all of them. But most of them.”
“You're sick and tired of being sick and tired and you want to change that — you're not alone.”
“You need energy for this job. You can't be soft.”
“You come at them strongly and throw this right back at them.”
“I talk with a lot of people from all over the country and they all share their goals with me. And frankly, most of their goals are dreams.”
“A lot of people feel it's a hopeless situation… And you have to start by giving them hope and giving them spirit and that has not taken place.”
“Reporters are rarely on your side and they are not sympathetic.”
“I don't think you can do anything and I don't think you're going to be successful unless they respect you.”
“Nobody knows the system better than me ... Nobody knows it better than me. I'm a businessman. These are laws. These are regulations. These are rules. We're allowed to do it.”
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Produced by Greg Krieg, Megan Pendergrass, Tal Yellin