Donald Trump Trivia Questions and Answers

Trivia questions with answers about Donald Trump


Donald Trump Trivia Questions and Answers

What was Trump University LLC?
A: It was an American for-profit education company that ran a real estate training program from 2005 until at least 2010.

After being sued numerous times it is now what?
A: It is now defunct.

Trump University was founded by Donald Trump and what two associates?
A: Michael Sexton and Jonathan Spitalny.

Trump University offered what kinds of courses?
A: Real estate, asset management, entrepreneurship, and wealth creation.

How much did the University charge for the courses?
A: Between $1,500 and $35,000 per course.

In 2005, who notified the operation that its use of the word "university" violated state law?
A: New York State authorities.

After a second such notification in 2010, the name of the operation was changed to what?
A: Trump Entrepreneurial Institute.

Donald was found personally liable for failing to obtain a what?
A: A business license for the operation.

The state of New York filed a $40 million civil suit in 2013 claiming what?
A: That Trump University made false claims and defrauded consumers.

Two class-action civil lawsuits were filed in federal court relating to Trump University; they named whom in the suit?
A: Donald Trump personally as well as his companies.

During the presidential campaign, Donald criticized Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel who oversaw those two cases, alleging what?
A: Bias because of his Mexican heritage.

What is the Donald J. Trump Foundation?
A: A U.S.-based private foundation established in 1988.

What was the reason behind starting the Donald J. Trump Foundation?
A: For the initial purpose of giving away proceeds from Trump’s book, “The Art of the Deal”.

The foundation's funds mostly come from where?
A: Donors other than Trump.

Trump has not given personally to the charity since what year?
A: 2008.

Who were the top donors to the foundation from 2004 to 2014?
A: Vince and Linda McMahon.

How much did Vince and Linda donate after Trump appeared at Wrestle Mania in 2007?
A: $5 million.

The foundation's tax returns show that it has given to what types of charities?
A: Health care and sports-related charities, as well as conservative groups.

Starting in 2016 what did the Washington Post begin reporting on?
A: How the foundation raised and granted money.

On October 3, 2016, the New York Attorney General's office notified the Trump Foundation that what?
A: That it was allegedly in violation of New York laws regarding charities.

What did the Attorney General’s office order it to do?
A: Immediately cease its fundraising activities in New York.