Mark Meadows, Donald Trump’s chief staffer, says he’s willing to risk ‘all of his money’ for the former president to make another bid for the White House.
Meadows, who was considered one Trump’s closest friends in office, said he speaks to Trump several times per week and believes that he will run again.
He told SiriusXM’s The Wilkow Majority: ‘If I were a betting, man … I would tell you to loan me all your money. I would put all of my money in and I would wager that he’s running again.
“He’s in, we will count on his running.”
The ex-North Carolina representative said that Trump does not take pleasure in Joe Biden’s problems in office.
Mark Meadows, Donald Trump’s chief of staff, said that he would put his ‘all money’ into another bid for Trump’s White House.
Meadows, who was considered one Trump’s closest friends in office, said he speaks to Trump several times a week and believes that he will run again
He said: ‘I don’t work for President Trump any longer, but we do talk multiple times a week.
“And I can tell ya, he isn’t taking joy in it. He actually says that we must do something about it.
“He’s giving advice.” He wishes that Democrats would listen to his advice, but unfortunately, they prefer the opposite.
Trump has suggested that he could run again for president in 2024. Trump is also using America First to endorse candidates he believes will win the midterm elections in 2022.
He remains popular among Republican voters. There is even speculation that he could run again for office.
The former president has repeatedly claimed at rallies of late that he has to wait until after the 2022 midterm election to announce due to ‘campaign finance laws.’
He is now investing his energy into his new social media venture Truth Social which has got off to a rocky start after shares tumbled.
At rallies, the former president repeatedly claimed that he must wait until after 2022 to announce because of ‘campaign finance law’
Trump claimed he was the only person in America’ who can challenge Big Tech censorship. As he attacked censorship on social media platforms, he called it ‘wildly aggressive’ and decried cancel culture as ‘un-American.
Through his new company, Trump Media & Technology Group, the ex-president made a lengthy statement outlining why he was launching a social media site, which he said was ‘about saving our country.’
Trump stated, “The more I investigated this problem, I realized that in order to restore freedom speech, a major platform would have to enter market with an ironclad commitment for vigorous debate from all parties.”
He stated that any plan that is ‘totally dependent on Big Tech’s infrastructure would be expensive and would need to rapidly attract millions of users, welcoming not just Republicans but also Independents and Democrats.
‘It’s a tremendously difficult set of challenges—and I realized I might be the only person in America with the megaphone, the resources, the experience, and the desire to make it all happen,’ he said.
‘So with the same “can-do” spirit that has always allowed Americans to persevere, that is exactly what I am doing.’
Trump accused Big Tech leaders as acting as an “oligarchy” and promised to welcome all political affiliations to his new social network site
His company may have been in financial trouble when the firm that plans on listing it publicly saw its value drop by more than 19% as of Tuesday afternoon
He lamented against instances of Big Tech censorship, including his removal from Facebook and Twitter by ‘a small group of tech titans’, as well as Twitter blocking the New York Post report on Hunter Biden’s laptop a few weeks before Election Day.
‘We’ve seen vital reporting about Joe and Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings—information that voters needed and deserved to hear—ruthlessly suppressed and erased from the internet just weeks before a presidential election. And as everyone knows, we’ve seen a sitting president of the United States effectively silenced by a small oligarchy of tech titans and “mainstream” media corporations,’ Trump said.
Trump went further, blaming ‘cancel culture’ for the many crises Joe Biden faced under his presidency.
‘Most obvious are the many catastrophes unfolding under the current administration: the calamitous Afghanistan withdrawal, the disaster at the Southern Border, runaway inflation, and the multi-trillion-dollar socialist spending nightmare, just to name a few,’ he said.
Trump struck an unusually inclusive tone when declaring that his site would allow people of all political stripes and all viewpoints to participate in the great American debate. He also promised that it would be free for all to visit and that it would be as vibrant, lively, vibrant, and diverse, as America itself.
Trump’s social media company, Truth Social, is set to launch widely in the early 2022
Trump Media & Technology Group, the launchpad for Truth Social, aims to also roll out a streaming service, web services and payment processing companies, according to the ex-president.
Trump Media & Technology Group has no revenue or tested business plan but has raised nearly $300 million in investor cash.
However, the company has experienced early turbulence as stocks in Digital World Acquisition Corp. DWAC, the company that is publicly listing Trump’s business on the stock exchange, plunged more than 19% since the start of the trading day. This after they had risen by more than 800% last week.
The shares closed down just below 11 percent Monday, the day short-seller Iceberg Research claimed it was betting against the company.
After hitting a session high at $175, the stock rose 107% to $94.20 on Friday. It had risen 356.8 % on Thursday. Some market experts compared trading in DWAC with a meme-stock trading frenzy initiated by WallStreetBets, a Reddit message board.
Again, the forum was filled with posts celebrating wins as well as lamenting losses due to stock’s wild swings on Thursday and Friday. Many thanked Daddy Trump and mocked Joe Biden using the alt-right meme Let’s Go Brandon.
But on Monday a company called Iceberg Research announced it was betting against DWAC’s massive surge.
“Now that the initial excitement has passed we see only risks to investors in the near future. Based on Trump’s track record, renegotiation at the current price is likely to keep him more of the merged firm,’ the company posted on twitter.
Truth Social started off with a bad start when its beta website was hacked only hours after it had been announced.
Tech reporters were able, despite the URL not being publicly available, to locate the site and set up mock accounts for Trump and Mike Pence.
Trump, who is chairman of Trump Media & Technology Group, had announced the site would launch in early 2022.
The public URL was quickly taken offline and fake accounts were immediately banned.
Drew Harwell, Washington Post reporter, says that pranksters created a fake Trump email account and used it for the meme image of “pig poop balls”.
After being expelled from Facebook and Twitter following the Capitol riot, Trump escalated his claims about Big Tech censorship early in this year
The TRUTH Social app can be pre-ordered on the Apple App Store. A beta version is planned for testers in November.
On Trump Media & Technology Group’s website, the company outlines its goal to ‘create a media powerhouse to rival the liberal media consortium and fight back against the Big Tech companies of Silicon Valley.’
It seeks to disrupt a wide range of media businesses, including Google, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Netflix.
Trump plans to launch TMTG+, an on-demand streaming service that promises to offer ‘non-woke entertainment’.
The company website has a 22-page presentation that explains why the circumstances are right. However, it does not go into detail about how it plans to achieve its ambitious goals.
Other stocks related to the former Republican president also tumbled Tuesday. Phunware, which was hired by Trump’s 2020 Presidential campaign to build a smartphone app, recently fell 31.7 per cent to 4.89. It filed for an $48.5 million equity program.