Trump University Invites You

Alexandra Reinecke, Art and Literature Editor

Dear gifted student,

Given your track record of high achievement (which we have discerned from a number sent to us courtesy of your Big Brother Buddy, the College Board –we hope we’re right and you don’t just suck) we’d like to invite you to apply for a Summer Session at Trump University, one of America’s most prestigious colleges, according to US News and World Report Rankings (#4 in 2016 for Fraud). Below we’ve attached a sample of the course catalog for Trump University Summer Scholars –a list which can be read in full at

Summer Session Course Catalog

Introduction to Asset Management with Bernard L. Madoff 

When: 7 weeks. June 26, 2017 – August 11, 2017, M, W, TH 9:00-11:40AM

This course provides an introduction to wealth management, surveying its defining rules, methods, and techniques. We will examine the roots and utility of the act of promising legally and mathematically impossible gains through the stockbroker’s hallmark method, financial fraud, the long-tested and morally unscrupulous method which has been an academic standard since Charles Ponzi’s introduction of the theory in 1920. We will compare the various historical examples of financial fraud and conduct our own experiments in the field.

The Literature of Truth with Sean M. Spicer

When: 7 weeks. June 26, 2017 – August 11, 2017, M,W,F 12:15-2:55PM

Propaganda gestures us toward a certain kind of knowledge not quite psychological, not quite philosophical. We read widely in the Mussolinian and Hitlerian traditions in order to gauge the peculiar nature of what this knowledge tells us about experience and the ways in which expressions of truth abide or are changed over time. Authors include but are not limited to Richard Nixon, Joseph McCarthy, William Clinton, Anna “Anastasia” Anderson, and the Trojan Horse.

Reconstruction-Era America: a Living History with Steven K. Bannon

When: 7 weeks. June 26, 2017 – August 11, 2017, Online (facilitated through our partner, Breitbart News)

We are accustomed to engaging racism as an entity approached through the prism of government, political science, the history of institutions, constitutional power, and the like. This course studies the ways in which racism as an institution, and racism in current thought and action, are part of a larger continuum of expression and experience.

A Room Without Mike Pence Alone: Women’s Rights Through the Ages with Michael R. Pence

When: 7 weeks. June 26, 2017 – August 11, 2017 M,W,TH 3:30-6:30PM

Women failed to exert themselves as the dominant of the 2 sexes throughout history, a failure lasting over 1,000 years, with its legacy present everywhere today, from the exploitations of Playboy Magazine to courtroom decisions such as People V. Brock Turner. Who are these people? How did they fail to conquer and maintain such a vast territory and for so long? And what did it mean to be a woman? This course explores these basics.


Yours scholastically,

The Selection Committee, PhD^2 Corinthians

Trump University