I think you're extending a bit too much benefit of the doubt
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Submitted by Pseu (United States), Sep 17, 2014 12:47
It sounds like he allowed folks to believe that his "I attended the University of Delaware" to mean "I have a degree from the University of Delaware" up to and including the point where the latter falsehood became part of his official biography. ( http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-09-15/wal-mart-spokesman-said-to-resign-over-falsehood-in-his-resume.html )
If that's not "falsely claiming he had a college degree", then it's what anyone not a professional PR person would call "falsely claiming he had a college degree".
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