There is only one problem – Vara does not appear to exist, according to an investigation by an Australian academic who determined that Vara was Navarro. Ron Vara is even an anagram of Navarro's last name.
Vara's true identity was revealed by an Australian academic who began researching him after being asked to write an article on anti-Chinese rhetoric for a blog on local politics and foreign affairs.
Tessa Morris-Suzuki, a professor of Japanese history at the Australian National University, told CNN that she was trying to find Wara after being asked to write an article on anti-Chinese rhetoric for a blog on local politics and foreign affairs. [1
The White House did not respond to CNN's requests for comment. The Chronicle Navarro had admitted that he had invented the hero n and Ron Vara, describing it as a "quirky device and pen name," purely for "entertainment value."
He added that "it is refreshing that someone has finally invented an inside joke that lurks in sight for years." . "
Navarro, an academic, was one of Trump's leading advisers on trade after the 2016 campaign.
"In fact, this Dark Prince of Disasters made a great fortune, making
According to a 2001 book, Vara was a captain in a reserve unit during the Gulf War, as well as a doctoral student in economics at Harvard University in the United States.  When Morris-Suzuki called Harvard, they said they had no record of graduates of that name.
The academic said as she read Navarro's books, the most recent of which focused mainly on China, Ron Vara began to express increasingly anti-Chinese views in his works.
"Initially (Vara's remarks) there are quite anode little quotes, a little bit of wisdom, but when he goes into writing his books about China, we get these fierce anti-China quotes," she said.
"You have to be nuts to eat Chinese food," Vara quoted.
Morris-Suzuki said that it found Navarro's attitude in its misquoting of the analysts "for".
"They were popular books, they must have been facts, and in some ways he relied on his reputation as a Chinese expert on these books, so making a makeup artist in these seems like a weird thing," she said.