Donald Trump reportedly once duped poor kids at a New York City school with a fake $1 million bill and then offered to take a few students shopping for sneakers.
In 1997, Trump participated in a principal-for-a-day program at P.S. 70 in the Bronx. The school had a 97 percent poverty rate at the time, David MacEnulty, the former chess coach at the school, wrote Thursday in a Medium post.
Trump stopped by a bake sale the chess team was hosting to raise money to go to a tournament, The Washington Post and The New York Times first reported. As a joke, he handed a fake $1 million bill to the parents running it.