Good Day World!
John Barron was born in the 1980's, and for a decade he got away with being Trump's spokesman to an unsuspecting press.
History now tells us that John Barron was in fact, Trump himself.
Barron appears to have been Trump’s go-to alias when he was under scrutiny, in need of a tough front man or otherwise wanting to convey a message without attaching his own name to it.
Listen to the audio of "John Barron" talking with reporter.
Trump might have gotten away with his ruse even longer if not for a lawsuit in which he testified, under oath in 1990, that “I believe on occasion I used that name.”
The suit dealt with Trump’s employment of undocumented migrant workers from Poland on his Trump Tower project.
A biographer of Donald Trump says the president's habit of lying can be traced back to his school days
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael D'Antonio, who wrote the 2016 book The Truth About Trump, on Friday told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the president has been fabricating stories since childhood.
Trump "left the New York Military Academy declaring himself the greatest baseball player in New York state and it just went on and on and on," D'Antonio said.
"He was named the ladies man at school that had no young women at it, so you tell me, he has been doing this forever."
I suspect his son's name, Barron, is a nostalgic reminder of the good old days when he got away with fooling the world.
Time for me to walk on down the road...