The former president already owned 90 percent of Truth Social’s stock as payment for the Trump name. All of the remaining employees had to split the remainder.
Andy Litinsky was with Senior Vice President of Operations Will Wilkerson last October at the time the board member got the call from Trump demanding Litinsky give Melania Trump stock. This was roughly the point when Truth Social decided to merge with another company and launch the social media company’s stock sky-high.
Former The Apprentice contestant Litinsky said no to the request. His excuse was that he would have resulted in a too-expensive tax bill, the Business Insider reported:Latest Trump Backed Company Is Falling Apart Fast
Just more ‘grifting’?