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From the September 25 edition of Sinclair Broadcasting Group’s Full Measure:

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SHARYL ATTKISSON (HOST): I want to hit on a couple of personal controversies for you. New York's Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, who's already suing you over Trump University, which he's called a bait and switch fraud, now says he's opened an inquiry to the Trump Foundation. Are you confident that the Trump Foundation has followed all charitable rules and laws?

DONALD TRUMP: Well, I hope so, I mean, my lawyers do it. We give away money, I don't make anything, I take no salaries, I take no -- any costs, I have zero costs, and a lot of money goes through the Trump Foundation into charities. Goes to charities, it doesn't go to me, it goes to charities.

ATTKISSON: I’ll point out that Mr. Schneiderman is a Hillary Clinton supporter and has apparently found nothing worthy of inquiry with the Clinton Foundation.

TRUMP: With the hundreds of millions of dollars of things, isn't it interesting, and he said he's not even going to look at it. But I think my people do a very good job with it.


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