You don’t need a lawyer to threaten your college to keep your grades private

President Donald Trump allegedly went to great lengths to prevent his college grades and SAT scores from becoming public, according to evidence provided to Congress by his former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen this week.

Thankfully most of us don’t have to do much to make sure that C in Econ 101 or triple-digit SAT score doesn’t come back to haunt us.

As part of his testimony to the House Oversight Committee this week, Cohen presented lawmakers with a copy of a letter he said he wrote in 2016 to Trump’s former schools and the The College Board — the nonprofit that administers the SAT — threatening legal action if they released his academic information.

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