“A recent article in your publication knowingly or recklessly misstates material information about Trump Media and Technology Group Corp (TMTG) contained in a publicly-available registration statement filed by Digital World Acquisition Corporation (DWAC) on November 13, 2023. The article includes false and defamatory statements, including Truth Social supposedly incurring a $73 million financial loss, and omits TMTG and DWAC’s public statements about the filing.”
“The false, defamatory statements and material omissions, and defamatory implications thereof, are so numerous that nothing of the article’s central thrust would remain without them. Therefore, we insist that you completely retract all versions of this story whether online or in print, remove all versions of these stories from your website, and delete all posts related to the story from your social media accounts. Furthermore, we demand that you publish a mutually agreeable apology-in print, on your website, and on all its social media accounts-acknowledging that the story was false and has been retracted. Unless these steps are taken immediately, TMTG will take swift legal action to uphold its rights and reputation,” writes someone – probably Devin Nunes – at TMTG/Truth Social in a form letter posted on the network. Had to be Nunes. He lives for empty legal threats.
As you may have heard, Truth Social isn’t doing so great financially amid its stalled and probably doomed effort to merge with that DWAC scam operation. That said Nunes’s letter is remarkably consistent with statements on the finances of other Trump-owned business ventures: That they can’t be relied upon and they’re worth whatever he wants them to be worth because of his “brand.”