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Woman Who Claims She Worked for Trump and That He Never Wanted to Win Exposed as Fake

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Exposed as a liar

The woman who allegedly wrote an open letter accusing Trump of not wanting to win the election titled, “An Open Letter to Trump Voters from His Top Strategist-Turned-Defector by Stephanie Cegielski” has turned out to be a fraud.  The Letter Appears on a no name website and has been picked up by a couple of leftwing websites turns out to be a fraud.  In the title, Cegielski claimed to be a top strategist for Trump.  The fact is she never worked for Trump and her claim to have with him at the Trump Tower is also false.  There are some question as to whether Cegielski even wrote the letter and definitely not the title since in the body of the article, she referred to herself as spokesman for a Super PAC, “Make America Great Again.”

That PAC has been described as suspicious because there is no trace of where money came from or where it went.  What we do know is that Trump requested that the FEC shut down the PAC last year.

Here are some excerpts from her “Open Letter”:

In 2015, I fell in love with the idea of the protest candidate who was not bought by corporations. A man who sat in a Manhattan high-rise he had built, making waves as a straight talker with a business background, full of successes and failures, who wanted America to return to greatness.

I was sold.

Last summer, I signed on as the Communications Director of the Make America Great Again Super PAC.

It was still early in the Trump campaign, and we hit the ground running. His biggest competitor had more than $100 million in a Super PAC. The Jeb Bush deep pockets looked to be the biggest obstacle we faced. We seemed to be up against a steep challenge, especially since a big part of the appeal of a Trump candidacy was not being influenced by PAC money.

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Even the leftwing Snopes found the story to be totally false:

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