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Trying to pick Donald Trump's most hypocritical stance has been difficult in the past.
This, earlier today, was a late challenger:
But today, at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland, Trump made a statement in his speech which might surpass all previous.
Trump is demanding that people put names to their sources in his ongoing vendetta against 'FAKE NEWS' and the mainstream media.
But, as New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman alleges, Trump posed as his own publicist and spoke off the record to New York gossip tabloids.
The Washington Postalso claims that Trump claimed that he was a media spokesman, calling himself John Miller or John Barron.
They write that during the 1970s, '80s and '90s, many journalists and editors received calls from these so-called spokesmen, who bragged about Trump.
They even obtained a recording from an interview with a 'spokesman for Donald Trump', one John Miller, talking to People magazine about his first divorce
And now, a quick look at these words from Reince Priebus, Trump's Chief of Staff, in which he refuses to name his sources, repeating "top level people" ad nauseam.
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