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Trump has a New Pseudonym.................................

 

The 2005 Trump Tax Returns were mailed to the media in a envelope with a note that said

 

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Bloomberg has more detail that suggests that Exxon was deliberately withholding the emails from Wayne.    

The development “raises a lot of questions” about whether Exxon complied with the subpoena, said Carrie Cohen, a former federal prosecutor in Manhattan who is now a white-collar criminal-defense lawyer at Morrison & Foerster in New York. 

“It could be misleading to not tell the attorney general the actual owner of that email address,” said Cohen, who isn’t involved in the dispute.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-13/tillerson-used-alias-email-for-climate-messages-n...

 

Not even supportive judges like being lied too.....

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Now Trumps Secretary of State is being exposed for using the Fake Name

 

1. Wayne Tracker

 

The New York attorney general has accused Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of using the pseudonym "Wayne Tracker" to send emails related to climate change while serving as CEO of Exxon Mobil.

 

The office of Eric Schneiderman revealed the unorthodox arrangement in a letter sent to a New York state judge on Monday that also accused Exxon of failing to produce documents related to an investigation into whether the company misled investors over climate change.

 

Schneiderman's office said that Tillerson used the "Wayne Tracker" alias from at least 2008 to 2015. They said it was used to "send and receive materials regarding important matters" including climate change.

 

"Despite the company's incidental production of approximately 60 documents bearing the "Wayne Tracker" email address, neither Exxon nor its counsel have ever disclosed that this separate email account was a vehicle for Mr. Tillerson's relevant communications at Exxon," Senior Enforcement Counsel John Oleske wrote in the letter.

 

Tillerson's middle name is Wayne.

 

The State Department said that inquiries related to Tillerson's email accounts should be directed to Exxon (XOM).

 

The oil company confirmed that Tillerson had used the "Wayne Tracker" email while CEO. In a statement it also said it had provided more than 2.5 million pages of documents to the attorney general.

 

"The email address, Wayne.Tracker@exxonmobil.com, is part of the company's email system and was put in place for secure and expedited communications between select senior company officials and the former chairman for a broad range of business-related topics," spokesman Alan T. Jeffers said in statement.

 

Source - http://money.cnn.com/2017/03/14/news/rex-tillerson-exxon-climate-change-email/index.html

 

 

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Trump is Famous for Calling up the News Media to Dump Fake News About Himself using names like

 

1. "John Barron"

Trump used the pseudonym "John Barron" (sometimes "John Baron") throughout the 1980s. The Washington Post said the name was a "go-to alias when [Trump] was under scrutiny, in need of a tough front man or otherwise wanting to convey a message without attaching his own name to it".[4] Barron would be introduced as a spokesperson for Trump.[5]

 

The pseudonym first appeared within a June 6, 1980 New York Times article about Trump's decision to destroy two sculptures he had promised to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Barron", describing himself as "a Trump Organization vice president", acted as the spokesperson for Trump for three days in that case.[6] Trump continued to pose as "Barron" on occasion for the rest of the decade. In 1983 "Barron" told the press that Trump had decided not to purchase the Cleveland Indians.[7]

 

In 1984, "Barron" gave the press a positive spin on the 1984 collapse of a plan to build Trump Castle in New York. In 1985, "Barron" urged fellow United States Football League team owners to partially reimburse Trump for a high-priced player. The Washington Post suggested that Trump might have used the pseudonym longer "if not for a lawsuit in which he testified, under oath in 1990, that 'I believe on occasion I used that name.'"[4]

 

2. "John Baron"

 

3. "John Miller"

In 1991, a reporter for People attempted to interview Trump about the end of his marriage to Ivana and his rumored association with other women. She was called back by a publicist named "John Miller", who gave her a long interview about Trump's marital affairs ("He's a good guy, and he's not going to hurt anybody. . . . He treated his wife well and . . . he will treat Marla well."), his attractiveness to women, and his wealth.

 

The reporter thought at the time that "Miller" sounded remarkably like Trump, and played the tape to several people who knew Trump and agreed it was Trump.[8] She says Trump later told her it was a "joke gone awry".[2] In 2016, The Washington Post obtained a copy of the tape and reported that it was Trump using a pseudonym. Trump denied it, saying "It was not me on the phone." Later, when a reporter asked Trump if he had ever employed a spokesperson named John Miller, he hung up on them.

 

Source - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Trump_pseudonyms

 

 

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