Reports that Donald Trump posed as his own spokesman in a 1991 telephone interview may not harm his campaign to becoming president, a senior Republican strategist said Saturday.
A Washington Post report details how Trump posed as "John Miller" or "John Barron" throughout his career when talking to reporters to promote positive stories about himself and float dating rumors.
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