The plaintiffs alleged they were sold units in Toronto's Trump Tower under false pretenses.
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One (slightly used) hotel and condo building, great location, slightly tattered brand.
Anyone with $298 million could own a high-rise tower in Toronto.
And yes, Donald Trump can be sued over it.
It just hasn't lived up to expectations.
One more event in a Toronto tower's turbulent history.
Trump's lawyers say he had nothing to do with it.
The tower has seen one disaster after another since opening.
The presidential candidate's remarks have drawn international criticism.
The luxury hotel and condo — built in 2012 — is named after real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who owns the hotel management company.
Toronto Mayor John Tory has issued a statement calling for an investigation.
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