There is just one problem – Vara is actually appearing Navarro. Ron Vara is also at anagram of Navarro's last name.
Vara's true identity was revealed at the Australian Academic, who began to investigate him after being posted to anti-China rhetoric for a local politics and foreign affairs blog.
Tessa Morris-Suzuki, a professor emeritus of Japanese history at the Australian National University, told CNN she tried to find an article on anti-China rhetoric for a local politics and foreign affairs blog.  "I just looked at him up online, assuming he might be some businessman or other, and then he was there."
"Then I realized the anagram. "
The White House did not respond to CNN's requests for comment. Ron Vara, describing it as a "whimsical device and pen name," is not purely for "entertainment value."
He added that "refreshing that somebody finally." "
Navarro, an academic, has been one of Trump's top advisers on trade matters since the 2016 campaign.
" In fact, this Dark Prince of Disaster has made a very fortune making fortune
According to the 2001 book, Vara was a captain in a reserve unit during the Gulf War as a doctoral student in economics at Harvard University in the US. 19659003] When Morris-Suzuki called Harvard,
Navarro's books, the most recent of which have been heavily written on China, Ron Vara's to express more anti-Beijing views in his works.
"Initially (Vara's remarks) are pretty anodyne little quotes, little bits of wisdom as they were, but when he gets into writing his books, we get these ferocious anti -China quotes, "she said.
"You've got to eat Chinese food," Vara is quoted as saying.
Morris-Suzuki said that she found Navarro's attitude to his misquoting of analysts "concerning."
"They were popular books, they were probably supposed to be facts and in a sense he's staked his reputation as a Chinese expert on these books, so quoting from a made-up person in "she said.