Trumped Up: How to fake a US presidential campaign
How to fake a US presidential campaign
By Andrea Vogt March 3, 2016
Como, Italy — An Italian novelist who’s been leading a double life as a US presidential candidate is coming out, admitting he’s a fake – but he says he’ll keep his bogus campaign website and Twitter feed going because he’s got so many American fans.
For the past eight months Alessandro Nardone has been posing online as Alex Anderson, a telegenic California congressman running against Donald Trump for the Republican nomination. . . . .
Read the full exposé here in BBC News Magazine!