Famous Impostors Still In Power

Cyrano de Bergerac

Whereas, a long ago, Cyrano de Bergerac understandably pretended he was someone else in order to maintain his love of a woman he could never quit, two members of The Trump Administration have used false names in order to increase their power and influence.

The first impostor is the 46th president of the United States, Donald Trump, who used the names John Miller, John Barron and David Dennison. These false names were used to boost self-image and importance or to divert legal responsibilities.

The second impostor is current US Office of Trade & Manufacturing Policy director, Peter Navarro (aka Ron Vara).

John Miller

John Barron

Ron Vara

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Founder of Boston’s Climate Change Band; former NH State Representative; Created Internet’s 1st Anti-War Debate; Supporter of Bernie Sanders & Standing Rock!

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Michael Weddle

Michael Weddle

Founder of Boston’s Climate Change Band; former NH State Representative; Created Internet’s 1st Anti-War Debate; Supporter of Bernie Sanders & Standing Rock!

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