Back in 1992, a woman claiming to be Donald Trump’s secretary, going by the name of Carolin Gallego, wrote into the New Yorkmagazine, defending Trump against an article by one of the magazine’s writers, Julie Baumgold.
The letter recently resurfaced online because people are convinced it was written by the now-President Trump. Why? Let’s just say that it’s in his style…
Just look at that last sentence. It’s worth noting that Trump’s assistant for years was a woman named Norma Foerderer. She retired in 2005 and was replaced by Rhona Graff.
To top it off, Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen told the Washingtonian that he doesn’t recognize the name as someone who had worked for Trump.
This wouldn’t be the first time Trump has pretended to be someone else. In 2016 the Washington Postreported that Trump would call media outlets under the names “John Miller” and “John Barron,” to give quotes and insights about himself. In 1990, Trump testified that he used those names “on occasion.”
Twitter seems convinced, though.