Trump admits using aliases for business deals
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has admitted that he used aliases for business deals, saying many people in the real estate business do that to avoid paying more money.
Less than two weeks after denying that he impersonated his own spokesman in a 25-year-old tape, Trump said on a ABC News show aired on Thursday that he often used aliases throughout his business career.
However, he still denied being the voice in the 1991 recording claiming to be the mysterious Trump spokesman "John Miller".
"You know, over the years I've used aliases. And when I'm in real estate and especially when I was out in Brooklyn with my father and I'd want to buy something," the 69-year-old business tycoon said.