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Ex-Mexican president Vicente Fox challenges Donald Trump to a debate

Vincente FoxFormer Mexican president Vicente Fox challenged presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to a debate over Trump's controversial policies on immigration.

Fox, who has been a vocal critic of Trump's, issued the challenge in an interview on WABC radio on Thursday, on "Election Central with Rita Cosby."

"One condition ... that it's done in Mexico ... because I need him to see what Mexico is all about, to see what we Mexicans are all about. He will change his attitude toward Mexico," Fox said. "I invite him to San Cristobal to a free lunch. No cost for him."


Ohio purging voters who haven’t voted often

Ohio purging votersOfficials in Ohio have removed tens of thousands of voters from registration lists for not recently voting, according to a new report.

Purged voters have not cast ballots in the Buckeye State since the 2008 presidential election, according to Reuters.

“If this is [a] really important thing to you in your life, voting, you probably would have done so within a six-year period,” Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) said Thursday.


Trump's 3,500 lawsuits unprecedented for a presidential nominee

3500 law suits filed against TrumpDonald Trump is a fighter, famous for legal skirmishes over everything from his golf courses to his tax bills to Trump University. But until now, it hasn’t been clear precisely how litigious he is and what that might portend for a Trump presidency.

An exclusive USA TODAY analysis of legal filings across the United States finds that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and his businesses have been involved in at least 3,500 legal actions in federal and state courts during the past three decades. They range from skirmishes with casino patrons to million-dollar real estate suits to personal defamation lawsuits.


A 'total lie': Trump University ex-staffers condemn school as 'fraudulent scheme'

Trumo Y a 'total lie'Some of the harshest critics of Trump University have been revealed to be former employees of the now-defunct university majority-owned by Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican US presidential candidate.

In sworn testimony, three former staff members have described the real estate school as “a facade, a total lie” and a “fraudulent scheme” that “preyed upon the elderly and uneducated to separate them from their money”.


How Trump Is Using the Presidency to Sell Trump Inc.

How Tump is selling Trump, Inc.It is almost impossible to separate Donald Trump the presidential candidate from Donald Trump the businessman and huckster—one whose name is synonymous with the many hotels, buildings, golf courses and products, including a university, he has licensed or purchased, a name he seems to value so highly that it alone makes up a huge share of the $10 billion net worth he claims.

Nor is Trump showing any signs even now—though he has the GOP nomination all but in hand and moves around with Secret Service protection—of giving up his active role in his businesses. On Wednesday, Trump announced he will travel to Scotland on June 24 to preside over the grand reopening of Trump Turnberry, the luxury golf resort that bears his name.


Inside the Trump University 'playbooks'

Trump U playbookThe documents are evidence in a California class action suit -- Art Cohen v. Donald J. Trump -- that alleges the now-defunct Trump University failed to deliver on its promises to provide a premier real estate education with instructors "hand-picked" by Trump. The suit also alleges that the University would "upsell" students from one seminar to more expensive ones.

The order to release the documents was granted by U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel after a request by the Washington Post. Trump's attorneys had fought to keep the playbooks private, on the grounds that they contained trade secrets. Curiel, however, didn't find enough merit in that argument.


Shady accounting underpins Trump’s wealth

shady accounting underpins Trump claimsDonald Trump claims a net worth of more than $10 billion and an income of $557 million. But he appears to get there only by overvaluing properties and ignoring his expenses.

POLITICO spoke with more than a dozen financial experts and Trump’s fellow multimillionaires about the presumptive Republican nominee’s financial statement. Their conclusion: The real estate magnate’s bottom line — what he actually puts in his own pocket — could be much lower than he suggests. Some financial analysts said this, and a very low tax rate, is why Trump won’t release his tax returns.


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