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The university of Michigan is establishing a hotline after several people allege abuse by a now deceased school Dr former university of Michigan Dr Robert E. Anderson worked at the school from the nineteen sixties to two thousand three he died in two thousand eight ten years later a former student athlete told the school he was sexually abused by Anderson in the nineteen seventies university spokesman Rick fitzgerald says they want more people to come forward it's critically important Penn Anna and the people come forward and alert us to misconduct a seventy two year old man says he was final during a medical exam by Anderson in the nineteen sixties he complained but the school did nothing Ribeiro ABC news president trump tried to offer some encouragement to ex offenders in Vegas president trump suggesting he feels a kinship with the graduating class of convicted criminals saying like some of them he was wrongly accused I think that was fun there you think that's going to be impeached the good news my numbers went through the roof I mean you explain.