Trump: I Used Aliases for Business Deals

In a late-night TV interview with Jimmy Kimmel, presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump told the host that he’s “used aliases” to make real-estate deals. “I would never want to use my name, because you had to pay more money for the land,” he said. “If you’re trying to buy land, you use different names.” One of those names, he said, was Barron, which he eventually named his youngest son. Trump still denied using the alias John Miller in 1991 based on a recording recently publicized by The Washington Post. “You think that sounded like me? ‘Cause I don’t,” Trump said. “It didn’t sound like me.”