Trump thinks he's the proud owner of an original Renoir painting. This art institute says otherwise.Get the Full StoryAs if fake Melania wasn't enough, we learned from Trump biographer Tim O'Brien this week that the president's "original Renoir" painting may not even be the real deal.
O'Brien told Vanity Fair's Inside the Hive podcast that he first pressed the Donald on the authenticity of the painting years ago while flying on his decked-out private jet.
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When Trump assured O'Brien that the painting was real, the biographer was skeptical.
"Donald, it's not," he said, according to Vanity Fair. "I grew up in Chicago. That Renoir is called Two Sisters on the Terrace, and it's hanging on the wall at the Art Institute of Chicago. That's not an original." O'Brien said Trump brought up the "original painting" again the next day as they boarded the jet again to return to New York. Read more...More about Art, Trump, Fake, Alternative Facts, and Renoir
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