Trump University fraud claim is revived by court

A New York appeals court has revived a fraud claim against Trump University.

The decision made on Super Tuesday will allow the fraud case filed by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in 2013 to move forward. The state accused Trump University of misleading students into paying for programs they thought came from a licensed university.

Schneiderman claims that more than 5,000 consumers were defrauded out of millions of dollars. He called the decision to move forward with the fraud claim a “clear victory in effort to combat fraud.”