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Politics Ex-Forbes reporter says Trump lied to him to embellish wealth

16:25  20 april  2018
16:25  20 april  2018 Source:   cnn.com

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A former Forbes reporter claims that Donald Trump , before he was president, pretended to be a Trump Organization executive speaking on Trump 's behalf and then lied about his wealth in order to crack the Forbes 400 list.

President Trump lied his way onto the Forbes list of richest Americans and used a fake persona to Trump pretended to be 'John Barron' to lie about his wealth , says ex - Forbes writer. Greenberg said "Barron" called him in May 1984 to persuade him to push up his estimate of Trump 's wealth .

A former Forbes reporter claims that Donald Trump, before he was president, pretended to be a spokesman on his own behalf and then lied about his wealth in order to crack the Forbes 400 list.

"He figured out what he had to do in order to deceive me and get onto that list. And he did it very well. And he maintained that persona of just sort of talking about his assets without any sense of debt and lying about it," Jonathan Greenberg said in an interview Friday on CNN's "New Day."

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A former Forbes reporter says that President Donald Trump lied to him in order to make the Forbes 400 list of the wealthiest Americans, including impersonating an aide who didn’t exist to claim wealth he didn’t have. An audiotape of the reporter ’s alleged 1984 conversation with Trump was published

Greenberg broke the news in a Washington Post story. He wrote that when he was compiling the magazine's list of the richest people in America in the 80s, Trump had called him posing as "John Barron," a purported executive with The Trump Organization.

Greenberg said Trump's actual net worth at the time was less than $5 million, though the magazine had listed it as $100 million for its first-ever Forbes 400 list.

"He should never have been there in the first place," said Greenberg, who provided an audio recording of the phone call between him and "Barron" to CNN.

CNN has reached out to the White House for comment. The Washington Post reports that the White House declined to comment, and The Trump Organization did not respond to the Post's request for comment.

A similar recording of a man who sounds like Trump posing as his spokesman surfaced during the 2016 campaign.

The Washington Post reported in May 2016 that Trump routinely made calls to reporters in the 1970s, '80s and '90s posing as a publicist named John Miller or John Barron. Following the report, Trump denied it was him on the phone or that it sounded like him in an interview with NBC's "Today" show.

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