There was a time, nearly a decade ago, when Charles Jacobson believed in Donald Trump.
That was before Jacobson spent $26,000 on a “Trump University” real estate course he says was nothing more than a scheme to make money off ordinary people hoping for tips from the celebrity mogul. That was before the bankruptcy and before a horrific medical diagnosis.
Now, Jacobson says the sound of Trump’s voice makes him “nauseous.”
Jacobson said he’s worried his story and the story of others who say they were victimized by Trump is emerging too late to stop him from becoming the Republican Party’s nominee and, eventually, president.