Former President Donald Trump and Miami financier Patrick Orlando celebrate their companies’ merger to create Truth Social at Mar-a-Lago. Courtesy of William Wilkerson and attorneys.
Former President Donald Trump’s quest to establish a Florida-based social media platform as a conservative alternative to Twitter will face a critical vote on Monday when investors decide whether to extend a deadline allowing more time for the federal government to sign off on the deal.
A merger agreement between Sarasota-based Trump Media & Technology Group,
Inc., and a publicly traded Miami investment company hangs in the balance, as shareholders decide whether to push for a one-year extension on a deadline to complete the $1 billion-plus deal by September 2023.
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