Donald Trump Faces Tough Crowd in Iowa

The prospective presidential candidate used the bulk of his 40-minute presentation at Simpson College to reflect upon his own business experience.

Donald Trump is pictured while announcing a new hotel and condo tower in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Monday, June 19, 2013.

Photographer: Ben Nelms/Bloomberg

Business mogul and possible presidential contender Donald Trump spoke at Simpson College Wednesday, where students said they were excited to hear his positions on education.

Some left disappointed, however, after Trump spent most of his 40-minute presentation reflecting on his business experience.

"He didn't talk about education that much," said Dillon Thomas, a senior majoring in religion and history, "which shows he's kind of a one trick pony when it comes to his political run."

Three Simpson students led the interview and asked Trump whether the country could reverse the trend of ever-increasing higher education costs.

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