>>805 Sorry - the lawyer in me focuses on the Yale Law part!
It is shocking to think that Trump has any higher education. But my point was a slightly different one. The nearest equivalent to Oxford/Cambridge is Harvard/Yale (at least traditionally - the pre-eminence of MIT and others in recent years seem to have opened up the field). But you don't see the American press bitching about the "Harvard/Yale bias" int HR same way as the British press goes on about the "Oxbridge bias."
My second point wasn't really about the other issue you mention (does he deserve his success given his advantages?). I was seeking to challenge the slight suggestion that TH is behaving like an entitled, narrow-minded wanker because he went to Eton and Cambridge. That he may well be, but it is despite his education and not because of it, in my view.