Donald Trump has testified under oath that he has impersonated other people to call or write into places and speak highly of himself. Several publications and organizations have come forward saying they have gotten a call or letter of this type from Trump. Often times, he would claim to be a publicist named John Miller. So, you really can't be surprised that people are suspicious about the real origin of a 1992 letter written to New York Magazine. The letter, which claims to be from Trump's secretary, Carolin Gallego (a name his personal attorney does not recognize,) details how all women love Donald Trump. It explains that no man in America gets more calls from women; the speech pattern is remarkably Trump-esque.
Based on the fact that I work for Donald Trump as his secretary—and therefore know him well—I think he treats women with great respect, contrary to what Julie Baumgold implied in her article … I do not believe any man in America gets more calls from women wanting to see him, meet him, or go out with him. The most beautiful women, the most successful women—all women love Donald Trump.
All this proves is that he was a mentally unstable narcissist even 25 years ago— The Petulant Poet (@petealexander13) October 26, 2017
Explains why he's always referring to himself in the 3rd person, he's usually impersonating someone else— nevertweetyourheroes (@stephendoyle963) October 26, 2017