Trump Tech Start-Up Gets Huge Financial Commitment From ‘Diverse Group’ Of Investors As Former President Reacts to CNN’s Firing of Former Host Chris Cuomo

Former President Donald Trump’s tech start-up Truth.Social has landed a massive financial commitment from what is being described as a “diverse group” of investors.

“Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. (TMTG), and its blank-check company announced on Saturday it had received a commitment of $1 billion from an unidentified ‘diverse group of institutional investors,'” The Hill reported.

“TMTG and blank-check company Digital World Acquisition Corp. said that ‘subscription agreements for $1 billion in committed capital’ would be received from an unknown group of investors once TMTG and Digital World are combined,” the outlet continued.

The Hill noted further:

In October, Trump announced that he would be creating a social media network dubbed “Truth Social,” whose full launch is expected in the first quarter of 2022. The network has been advertised as a platform “that encourages open global conversation without discrimination on the basis of political ideology.”

The move came after several social media companies kicked the former president off their sites following the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, when Trump supporters stormed the Capitol and attempted to stop Congress from certifying President Biden‘s election win.

“$1 billion sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end. America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology,” noted Trump in a statement.

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“As our balance sheet expands, TMTG will be in a stronger position to fight back against the tyranny of Big Tech,” Trump, who is listed as TMTG’s chairman, added.

“I am confident that TMTG can effectively deploy this capital to accelerate and strengthen the execution of its business, including by continuing to attract top talent, hire top technology providers, and roll out significant advertising and business development campaigns,” noted Digital World CEO and Chairman Patrick Orlando in a statement as well.

TMTG also plans to debut a subscription-based video streaming service called TMTG+, which the company says will feature “non-woke” news, entertainment, podcasts, and other content.

Meanwhile, the former president also commented on CNN’s firing of “Primetime” host Chris Cuomo following revelations that he offered more assistance to his embattled brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to fend of sexual harassment allegations than he previously admitted.

“CNN finally fired Fredo. He should have never had a job in the first place. I called him Fredo. Chris Cuomo. We fought. Now Fredo is fired.” Trump said at a TPUSA event at Mar-a-Lago.