The Washington Post reported that Ms. O'Donnell took "a course conducted by an institution known as the Phoenix Institute, which merely rented space at Oxford.What's more, the woman who oversaw Phoenix Institute's summer program at Oxford tells me O'Donnell's claim about studying at Oxford is 'misleading.'
By itself, O'Donnell's Oxford claim might not matter too much. But the larger context is that O'Donnell has already been nabbed fudging her education record not once, but twice. She claimed for several years to have graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson Unversity, but she actually obtained her bachelor's degree last summer. And in a lawsuit she suggested she was trying for a Master's degree courses at Princeton -- but subsequently acknowledged she hadn't taken a single Princeton graduate course.
Today, TMP reports that her claim to have attended Claremont Graduate University also is false.
Rod Leveque, a spokesman for the school, told TPM, Claremont Graduate University has no student or education record for an individual named Christine O'Donnell.
Boy, does she try to mislead and to deceive.