Another Lie: Trump Did Not Graduate “First In His Class” At Wharton


For years, President Donald Trump has said it’s clear that he is “a very smart guy” since he attended Wharton — a school he describes as “super genius stuff.”

The Daily Pennsylvanian:

Trump, who graduated from Wharton in 1968, has also told various publishers and news agencies such as The New York Times in 1984 that he “graduated first in his class.”

Penn records and Trump’s classmates dispute this claim.

In 1968, The Daily Pennsylvanian published a list of the 56 students who were on the Wharton Dean’s List that year — Trump’s name is not among them.

Pages from the 2012th Commencement show 1968 Wharton Graduate Donald John Trump as a graduate, but without honors.

“I recognize virtually all the names on that list, ” 1968 Wharton graduate Stephen Foxman said, “and Trump just wasn’t one of them.”

1968 Wharton graduate Jon Hillsberg added that there was no indication on the 1968 Commencement Program that Trump graduated with any honors. A copy of the program acquired from the Penn Archives lists 20 Wharton award and prize recipients, 15 cum laude recipients, four magna cum laude recipients and two summa cum laude recipients for the Class of 1968. Trump’s name appears nowhere on those lists.

“If he had done well, his name would have shown up,” Foxman said.

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In the year 1968 Wharton included that there was no stress on Trump's introduction with any honors. He reads for . A copy of the program received from Penn Archives lists 20 Wharton donors and prizes, 15 cum laude recipients, four recipients magna cum laude and two recipients la cum cum laude for the Class of 1968. Trump's name appears anywhere on those lists .

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