Trump's numerous failed endeavors are well-documented.
From Trump steaks to Trump Casinos, businesses emblazoned with Trump's name are anything but a safe bet.
Trump University is one of the most famous examples.
When founded in 2005, the business was in violation of New York law for operating without a license from the New York State Education Department. Former students found themselves in mountains of debt, feeling less intelligent than any graduate should.
The so-called university was plagued by lawsuits which Trump eventually settled with an out of court payoff.
Before Trump clinched the Republican nomination, now-Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) called Trump's promises as "worthless as a degree from Trump University."
And now the internet's mocking it again, this time with fake classes that the university could teach.
In 2018, Trump settled the lawsuits from spurned students to the tune of $25 million, or roughly 714 "Gold Elite Classes" at Trump University.