Donald Trump Accused of Posing as His Own Spokesman During Phone Interview

The GOP presumptive nominee allegedly posed as another person during a phone interview in 1991.
2:19 | 05/14/16

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We begin with the race for the white house and the voice from the past coming back to haunt Donald Trump. The gop's presumptive nominee accused of posing as his own spokesperson during a phone interview. Well, tonight, we're hearing from the woman on the other end of that call. At the same time, Hillary Clinton is on the attack, suggesting that Donald Trump is hiding something by refusing to release his taxes. ABC's Mary Bruce starts us off. Reporter: Tonight, the person on the other end of this call. What's your name again? John miller. Reporter: Tells us there's no question in her mind. I knew right away. I knew as soon as I got off the phone it was Donald. Reporter: In 1991, sue Carswell, then a reporter for "People" magazine, conducted this interview with a person who identified himself as Donald Trump's spokesman, John miller. He's somebody that has a lot of options, and, frankly, you know he gets called by everybody. And he gets called by everybody in the book, in terms of women. Reporter: Miller bragged about trump's many girlfriends, saying even Madonna wanted to date him. Well, she called and wanted to go out with him, that I can tell you. Reporter: Take a listen to the uncanny similarities. That I can tell you. That I can tell you. Reporter: No doubt the real Donald Trump? Oh, no doubt. He apologized two weeks later. And said I'm sorry in print. Reporter: Carswell says trump called and admitted it was him all along. He said that he was sorry that he made the call, that was a joke that went awry. Reporter: But now, trump adamantly denies it was him. It shows he's a liar. Reporter: You think it shows he's a liar? Yes, it shows he's a liar right now and that distresses me. Reporter: This, as Hillary Clinton is out with a new video tonight hammering trump for refusing to release his tax returns. When I run the office I'll produce my tax returns, absolutely. I can't do it until the audit is finished. Reporter: Until that audit is complete, trump says he won't reveal how much he pays in taxes. What is your tax rate? It's none of your business. You'll see it when I release. And Cecilia, Donald Trump is about to receive a big financial boost from a big casino magnate who's about to contribute a substantial amount to trump's campaign. Cecilia. Mary Bruce leading us off once again. And we have breaking news to

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