Fahrenthold tweeted that he is waiting for Team Trump to respond to questions, including "Was anyone at the Trump Organization aware that this cover was a fake, before today?" This comes in response to a report by the Washington Post's David Fahrenthold highlighting the framed copies of fake Trump covers that have been featured at Trump's businesses.
It is not clear who created the fake cover.
The only slight problem with this is that the real cover featured award-winning actress Kate Winslet and makes no mention of Trump whatsoever.
During a speech at the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters, he said, 'I think we have the all-time record in the history of Time Magazine, ' despite the fact that Richard Nixon has appeared on the cover almost four times as often with a total of 55 appearances.
Another one was reportedly displayed at Trump's resort in Ireland, but was recently moved from a restaurant area to a manager's office. Remarkably, Trump managed to say something untrue in public every day for the first 40 days of his presidency, according to The New York Times. Former President Richard Nixon actually holds that title, appearing on the cover 55 times. Trump said last July during a press conference. But certainly one of the biggest is what he calls "fake news", or more commonly "FAKE NEWS!"
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Well, I guess "hypocrite" is the main one. "But they came and took it down a while back".
To date, Trump has appeared on 14 covers, only one of which was before he got into politics.
The fake cover is placed twice at Trump National Doral near Miami, Fla., including the pro shop and sports bar. "I think we have the all-time record in the history of Time Magazine", he said during a January speech at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters.
Others did research of their own and found out that the barcode, while real, had nothing to do with Trump or Time. That was in January 1989.
According to the Post, Time has asked Trump to remove the phony cover from wherever it is hanging, so it might not be on the wall when Trump Bedminster hosts the Women's Open next month.