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  1. Pseudonyms of Donald Trump. Donald Trump, an American businessman, politician, and former president of the United States has used several pseudonyms, including "John Barron" (or "John Baron"), "John Miller" and "David Dennison".

  2. Because throughout the 1980s, Donald J. Trump was John Barron—a literal alter ego that allowed Trump to say what he wanted, when he wanted, to the New York City press corps, and the world ...

  3. 13 de may. de 2016 · Remarkably, Trump kept up the charade for a full decade, as reporters unwittingly quoted Barron as if he were a real person. In a LexisNexis search, the first mention of the name appears on June 6 ...

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  4. John Barron (24 de diciembre de 1920 – 3 de julio de 2004) fue un actor teatral, cinematográfico y televisivo de nacionalidad británica. Aunque Barron fue una cara familiar de la televisión británica de los años 1950, es sobre todo conocido por su trabajo en la comedia de la BBC The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976–79), en la que ...

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  5. Why Trump was his own imaginary spokesman John Barron for a decade. Trump kept up the charade for a full decade, as reporters unwittingly quoted Barron as if he were a real person. In the 1980s ...

  6. 3 July 2004. (2004-07-03) (aged 83) Watford, Hertfordshire, England. Occupation. Actor. John Barron (24 December 1920 – 3 July 2004) was an English actor. Although Barron was a familiar face on British television from the 1950s, he is best remembered for his role in the BBC comedy The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976–79 ...

  7. Over the next few days, reporters tried to reach Trump for comment, but they instead heard from "John Barron," an alter ego that Trump would sometimes use when he spoke with journalists. FRONTLINE