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Mike Lindell denied ever witnessing the Capitol insurrection and claimed it was a "setup." "I've never even watched footage of that," he told Rolling Stone in a recent interview. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in a new interview published Monday denied ever witnessing the January 6 Capitol insurrection and claimed it was a "setup." When asked about the deadly riot, Lindell told Rolling Stone magazine: "I've never even watched footage of that." Congressional Republicans last month voted to block the creation of a bipartisan commission to investigate the Capitol insurrection.
Persons: Mike Lindell, I've, Lindell, GOP Sen, Ron Johnson of, Trump, Donald Trump, Trump's Organizations: Stone, Trump, GOP, Fox, Capitol, Congressional Locations: Ron Johnson of Wisconsin
Mike Lindell said Trump was the first president in his lifetime "who wasn't in it for the ego." Lindell, MyPillow's CEO, met Trump after the 2016 Republican National Convention. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell once had a dream in which he met Donald Trump. In a recent Rolling Stone interview, the intensity of Lindell's affinity for the president remains apparent. After peddling the theory that Trump would be "reinstated" as president in August, Lindell shifted his timeline in the Rolling Stone interview.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Trump, Lindell, Donald Trump, Stephen Rodrick, Read, MAGA Frank, Trump acolytes Diamond, Dinesh D'Souza, David Clarke, Joe Biden's, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp of Organizations: Republican National Convention, Justice, Trump, MAGA Frank Free, Trump acolytes, Republican Governors Association, Politico, Biden, Democratic Party Locations: New Richmond , Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, Mexico, Nashville , Tennessee, Arizona, Brian Kemp of Georgia, Georgia
Mike Lindell continues to claim Trump will be reinstated as president. In an interview with Rolling Stone, he said Trump would be president in six months. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in a new interview pushed back the date for when he says former President Donald Trump will be reinstated as president. "Six months from now, Trump will be our real president and our country will be heading toward its greatest rebirth in history," Lindell told Rolling Stone in a report published Monday. But Lindell still says the race was stolen from Trump, specifically by 20 million votes, he told Rolling Stone.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Rolling Stone, Trump, Donald Trump, Lindell, Rolling, Joe Biden's, Biden, Steve Bannon's, It's, Stone Organizations: Trump, White House, Rolling Stone, GOP, Dominion Locations: Maricopa County
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell hosted a Wisconsin rally, which featured a speech by Donald Trump. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's latest political rally featured a speech by former President Donald Trump, in which he railed against voter fraud again. In a wide-ranging speech, Lindell slipped back and forth between his support for the former president and unfounded claims that the 2020 election had been rigged. Newsmax anchor Bob Sellers in February had stopped Lindell from repeating claims about voting machines being tampered with during the election. "We're fighting for our First Amendment rights of free speech," Lindell said on Saturday.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Donald Trump, Biden's, Mike Lindell's, Trump, Joe Biden's, Biden, Lindell, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp shouldn't, Bob Sellers, Mike, Sellers Organizations: Trump, Frank, Lindell, Twitter, Arizona Gov, Georgia Gov, Fox News, Newsweek Locations: Wisconsin, New Richmond , Wisconsin, China, South Dakota
MyPillow targets wider consumer base as it opens UK subsidiary
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Zahra Tayeb | ) www.businessinsider.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Mike Lindell has launched MyPillow in the UK. The expansion follows reports Lindell will lose $2 billion as a result of his legal battles. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has launched a UK-based subsidiary of his company. Products targeting UK consumers will be manufactured in a factory based in the West Midlands city of Coventry. Most recently, Lindell's lawyers said he is set to lose $2 billion as a result of his latest lawsuit against Dominion and Smartmatic.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Lindell, MyPillow, Insider's Grace Dean Organizations: Products, Scotsman, Coventry, Dominion Voting Systems, Dominion, Costco Locations: West Midlands, Coventry, America
Opinion | Donald Trump Is Starving
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( Frank Bruni | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Meanwhile, they issued pro forma statements of support for their successors or, in accordance with longstanding etiquette, zipped their lips. From Green’s article:When Trump ventured south, a stream of family members (literal and figurative) followed. Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, bought a $9.7 million mansion in Jupiter, Fla. Hannity’s Fox News colleague Neil Cavuto joined him, buying a $7.5 million place nearby. I like him.” I’m sure “low energy” Jeb, as Trump mockingly dismissed him, is suffused with paternal pride.
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Lindell's bizarre theory is that all Team Trump needs is a shred of proof of election fraud to overturn the entire election. Lindell's bizarre theory is that all Team Trump needs is a shred of proof of election fraud to overturn the entire election. Currently, 53 percent of Republican voters believe Trump won the election. The fact that Trump still controls so many Republican voters explains the assertion by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., that the Republican Party can't "move forward" without Trump. But those in Trump's inner circle also need to keep voters riled up if Trump's political future — and presumably theirs — is to continue.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Steve Bannon's, Donald Trump, Rachel Maddow, Trump, Joe Biden, Sen, Lindsey Graham, Charles C.W, Cooke Organizations: Team Trump, Republican, Daily, GOP, Republican Party, Trump, Quinnipiac University, National Locations: Arizona
Trump said that the GOP will take back Congress and the White House "sooner than you think." The remark came amid reports that Trump believes he will be "reinstated" as president in August. Former President Donald Trump said the Republican Party will take back Congress and the White House "sooner than you think." "We're going to take back the Senate, take back the House, we're going to take back the White House, and sooner than you think. It's unclear when the video was taken, but it comes amid reports that Trump believes the bizarre theory that he could be reinstated as president in August.
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Allies close to Trump are asking him not to mention being reinstated, The Daily Beast reported. The warning comes ahead of a planned speech by the former president in North Carolina. Ahead of Donald Trump's speech at the North Carolina Republican Party's annual convention, people close to the former president are asking him not to publicly mention the idea of being reinstated, The Daily Beast reported. Sources told The Daily Beast they are encouraging him to focus on the midterm elections and the 2024 presidential election instead. Sources told The Daily Beast Trump believes reinstatement would be possible when evidence of mass voter fraud is revealed.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Maggie Haberman, Trump, Joe Biden's, Mike Lindell, Jake Lahut, Sidney Powell, Daily Beast Trump Organizations: Trump, Daily, Advisers, North Carolina Republican, New York Times, GOP Locations: North Carolina, Greenville
Alec Beck, the lawyer representing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has parted ways with his law firm. The move comes a day after he filed a new lawsuit against Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems. According to Beck's former employer, the lawsuit was filed without any authorization. Alec Beck, the lawyer representing MyPillow's CEO, Mike Lindell, has left his law firm a day after filing a new lawsuit against Smartmatic and Dominion, according to Bloomberg. The company issued a statement on Twitter on Friday night: "Late last night, firm management became aware that a Minneapolis firm lawyer filed a complaint, as local counsel, in federal district court without receiving firm authorization pursuant to internal firm approval procedures," it said.
Persons: Alec Beck, Mike Lindell, Thornburg, Insider's Grace Dean, Lindell, William Shakespeare, Ray Bradbury's, George Orwell's, Akiva Cohen, Barnes Organizations: Smartmatic, Voting, Dominion, Bloomberg, Barnes, Firm Locations: Minneapolis, Minnesota
At Once Diminished and Dominating, Trump Prepares for His Next Act
  + stars: | 2021-06-05 | by ( Annie Karni | Maggie Haberman | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
As for being simultaneously big and small, Mr. Beschloss said: “He’s big if the metric is that politicians are afraid of him, which is one metric of power in Washington. Many Republican leaders are terrified of him and abasing themselves in front of him.”Jason Miller, an adviser to the former president, agreed on Mr. Trump’s control over the party. “There are two types of Republicans inside the Beltway,” Mr. Miller said. “Those who realize President Trump is the leader of the Republican Party and those who are in denial.”Even in defeat, Mr. Trump remains the front-runner for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2024 in every public poll so far. President Biden’s victory, with more than 80 million votes, was certified by Congress once the Jan. 6 riot was contained.
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Mike Lindell filed another lawsuit against voting machine companies involved in the 2020 election. "MyPillow guy" Mike Lindell filed another federal lawsuit Thursday against voting machine companies involved in the 2020 presidential election, Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic. MyPillow had already filed a lawsuit in April against Dominion for $1.6 billion, claiming the company was trying to stifle free speech. For example, he perpetuated the since-debunked conspiracy theory that Dominion voting machines switched votes from Trump to Joe Biden. A Dominion spokesperson previously told Insider the initial lawsuit brought by MyPillow was a "meritless retaliatory lawsuit, filed by MyPillow to try to distract from the harm it caused to Dominion."
Persons: Mike Lindell, Lindell, William Shakespeare, MyPillow, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Ray Bradbury's, George Orwell's, , Smartmatic Organizations: Dominion, Voting Systems, Trump, Machines Locations: Minnesota
Mike Lindell's new lawsuit accused Dominion and Smartmatic of damaging his finances and reputation. Lawyers for the MyPillow CEO said he is set to lose $2 billion as a result. "MyPillow made no statements about Dominion," Lindell's lawyers wrote in Thursday's filing. "Instead, by suing MyPillow, Dominion seeks to punish Lindell for his statements by damaging his reputation, his finances, and his business." As well as MyPillow and Lindell, Dominion has also filed defamation lawsuits against pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell, Trump's now-former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and Fox News.
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Donald Trump is attempting to recruit people to promote his theory that he will be reinstated as president, a report said. "Trump is trying hard to recruit journalists, politicians, and other influential figures to promulgate this belief," the National Review reported. The baseless theory has been circulating among Trump supporters and fringe conservative media outlets for months. Former President Donald Trump is "trying hard" to recruit politicians and journalists to promote his baseless theory that he will be reinstated as president in August, the National Review reported. The baseless theory has been circulating among Trump supporters and fringe conservative media outlets for months, Insider's Jake Lahut reported.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Charles C, Cooke, Maggie Haberman's, David Perdue, Martha McSally —, Haberman, Insider's Jake Lahut, Joe Biden's, Mike Lindell, Steve Bannon, Lindell, Trump's, Sidney Powell Organizations: National, Trump, New York Times, House, White House, Daily Locations: Georgia, Arizona
Mike Lindell said that Dominion "interfered" with plans to take his e-commerce site MyStore public. Dominion Voting Systems' legal battle with Mike Lindell stopped him from taking his e-commerce site public via an initial public offering (IPO), he said in a lawsuit Thursday. Lindell's Amazon-rival MyStore sells an eclectic range of goods including patriotic books, medical products, and a pet-stain remover called "WoofPurrfect." "The Dominion lawfare campaign against Lindell has interfered with plans to take Lindell's on-line store, MyStore, public in an initial public offering," Thursday's lawsuit said, without elaborating. This figure includes the hundreds of thousands of dollars he has already spent defending himself against Dominion's $1.3 billion lawsuit, the new filing said.
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He reportedly plans to attack Dr. Fauci and repeat conspiracies about the 2020 election. Trump will speak at a North Carolina GOP dinner on Saturday and then a Texas CPAC event in July. Former President Donald Trump plans to reprise his set of greatest hits as he prepares to return to the rally circuit: going after Dr. Anthony Fauci and harping on his grievances about his 2020 election loss, according to Axios and CNN, respectively. Trump has been laying low since leaving the White House, and tried running a short-lived blog after being de-platformed from social media. "People see Anthony Fauci and they think of shuttered businesses, lost school," Trump senior adviser Jason Miller told Axios.
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Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano is promoting an "Audit the Vote" campaign. The campaign's founders have promoted conspiracy theories about QAnon, "PizzaGate", and the 2020 election. "Our goal is to expose the fraud that occurred in Pennsylvania in the 2020 election so that we can re-establish confidence in our election system moving forward." According to a joint statement from federal and state election security officials, the 2020 vote was "the most secure in American history." While such false claims have been used to push for an Arizona-style audit in Pennsylvania, not all Republicans are on board.
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My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell said he's likely the source of claims from former President Donald Trump that he'll be "reinstated" to the White House by August, The Daily Beast reported. On Wednesday, Lindell — a close confidant of the former president — told The Daily Beast that Trump's source for predicting an August return was likely himself. "If Trump is saying August, that is probably because he heard me say it publicly," Lindell told the outlet. Lindell and then-President Donald Trump in the White House in July 2017. "So, in my mind, I hope that means that we could have Donald Trump back in the White House by August," he said.
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Trump is increasingly fixated on overturning the 2020 election result, advisors reportedly said. Telling Trump he lost is like 'p------ into the wind,' one advisor told The Washington Post. Nearly all the 2020 election advisors who spoke to the paper said they regarded his fixation on litigating the election as a waste of time, but that he kept returning to the topic nonetheless. When advisors leave challenging the 2020 election out of their drafts for his speeches, he goes off-script, ad-libbing about the count in various states, The Post reported. The Office of Donald J. Trump and the Trump Organization did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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Lara Trump pushed back on the theory that Trump could be reinstalled in the White House in August. "As far as I know, there are no plans for Donald Trump to be in the White House in August," she told Fox News. Lara Trump on Thursday pushed back on the baseless notion that her father-in-law, former President Donald Trump, could be reinstated in the White House in August. "As far as I know, there are no plans for Donald Trump to be in the White House in August," she told "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade. There is also no constitutional framework for a former president to be "reinstated" in the White House.
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Here's what we're talking about:One thing to look out for today: President Biden gives an update on the state of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign at 1:15 p.m. Eastern. HERE WE GO AGAIN: Former President Trump doesn't just believe in the false claim that he won the presidential election. Trump, the "titular head" of the GOP, continues to claim the election was stolen from him. Harris tasked with leading voting-rights efforts: Biden tasked Vice President Kamala Harris to lead efforts to pass federal voting rights legislation. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to polar bears and migrating caribou.
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The notion that Trump would be "reinstated" as president before Labor Day is gaining QAnon traction. Trump is reportedly talking about it with confidantes, claiming the Supreme Court can reinstate him. A March appearance on Steve Bannon's "War Room" podcast is where Lindelll first predicted Trump would be reinstated by August. When you're voting for president, you're not directly electing a president but voting for a slate of electors to vote for the presidential ticket you want. As Trump knows from being impeached twice himself, the Vice President would take over the office of the presidency in the event that a president is removed.
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Former President Trump is reportedly floating another idea on unlawfully taking power. Speaking with confidants, Trump has echoed a far-right conspiracy that he'll be "reinstated." Pro-Trump personalities such as MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell have pushed the baseless claim for months. Former President Donald Trump has reportedly been telling people that he thinks he'll somehow return to the White House as sitting president by August, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman. The anti-democratic conspiracy theory has been bubbling up in fringe conservative media for several months.
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Dominion wants to advance its $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. It says the company should be held responsible for Lindell's election conspiracy theories. The election technology company argued Lindell had sought to boost MyPillow's profits by integrating bogus election fraud claims with an extensive marketing campaign for the pillow company. In its new filing, Dominion argues Lindell waged a "defamatory marketing campaign" in his capacity as "the MyPillow guy." Dominion and Smartmatic, a rival election technology company caught up in conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, have also sued several other people and entities it says advanced falsehoods.
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Steve Bannon has a new MAGA megaphone, and Republicans eager to shine in a party still tethered to former President Donald Trump know it. With Fox News losing favor among Trump’s most diehard fans, "War Room" appears to be gaining steam as a safe space for the far right. Nevertheless, Bannon has had little trouble booking guests, from MAGA celebrities such as the MyPillow creator to veteran lawmakers and candidates. As multiple candidates in Ohio's GOP Senate primary seek to tie themselves closely to the former president, Bannon has welcomed former state party leader Jane Timken and former state treasurer Josh Mandel. "'War Room' is the tip of the spear of the MAGA movement," Greitens said in a statement provided by his campaign.
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