Remember when trump pretended to be john barron?

Annie Deighnaugh

Well I guess liars of a feather flock together.


President Donald J. Trump's senior adviser Peter Navarro quoted a China hawk named "Ron Vara" in a 2011 book. But Vara doesn't appear to exist, according to an investigation by an Australian academic, and the name is an anagram of "Navarro." Source CNN

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foodonastump

There are only three threads now; at least one must have been deleted. ;)

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dublinbay z6 (KS)

Now they are making up their evidence and sources!

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dandyfopp

Donnie doesn't see the problem.


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mtnrdredux_gw

I had the same thought AnnieD. How bizarre. There was no reason the guy needed to do this.

Reminds me too of Hair Trump's favorite smokescreen " a lot of people think" or "many people are telling me" blah blah blah, all of it fictional.

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graywings123(7)

At its heart, it is just so sad. What a sad little man.

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