In my posts I try to find a balance. The principle of Audi alteram partem is important to me. Audi alteram partem (or audiatur et altera pars) is a Latin phrase meaning "listen to the other side", or "let the other side be heard as well". It is the principle that no person should be judged without a fair hearing in which each party is given the opportunity to respond to the evidence against them. So also in this thread Audi alteram partem.
Pieter, I also try to listen to other site of the story, but Trump is not a balanced person. It is almost like trying to find a balance in a country run by the uneducated dictator who is corrupted.
It was interesting to see Cruz during the interview, since he was running against Trump. Trump smeared his father in the tabloid> Cruz was also mocking Trump's university which was a complete Ponzi scheme.
During the Republican presidential primaries of 2016, opponents of Trump's candidacy used Trump University to criticize him. Mitt Romney said in early March: "Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud. His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University." Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio raised the subject during televised debates in February and March. One debate moderator, Megyn Kelly of Fox News, pursued the issue at length. Trump responded that Trump University was "a small business" and student evaluations were overwhelmingly positive. He said lawsuits were a routine part of business and that he wins most of them. Of one of the class actions he said: "It's something I could have settled many times. I could settle it right now for very little money, but I don't want to do it out of principle." Hillary Clinton used the Trump University allegations against Trump in speeches and campaign ads.