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Truth Social: Trump's Cash Cow or Corruption Catalyst?

Truth Social: Trump's Cash Cow or Corruption Catalyst?
Truth Social: Trump's Cash Cow or Corruption Catalyst?

Trump's Truth Social: A Potential Avenue for Corruption


Truth Social, Donald Trump's social media platform, has recently made him significantly wealthier. Trump Media, the company that owns Truth Social, went public last week and boosted Trump's net worth to an estimated $7.5 billion.

However, financial experts question the valuation of Truth Media, considering its significant losses and plummeting stock prices. The company's value remains high because it allows Trump's supporters to financially support him at a time when he needs it.

Truth Social's volatility resembles that of "meme" stocks, suggesting that people may be purchasing the stock as a way to express their loyalty to Trump. It also provides opportunities for wealthy individuals to curry favor with the former president.

Trump's financial struggles, which included significant debt and legal liabilities, have been a concern. However, he recently secu

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