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MyPillow’s Lindell shrugs off distancing by retailers, presses election fraud claim – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Mike Lindell said Tuesday he continues to believe voting machine maker, other countries swayed Trump’s loss.



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As many business leaders separated from President Donald Trump following the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the chief executive of Minnesota-based MyPillow Inc. leaned in.
On Tuesday, with key retailers dropping MyPillow products, CEO Mike Lindell continued to promote debunked claims that election fraud cost Trump a second term and said he was less worried about his business than the country.
“I’m fighting for America,” Lindell said in an interview. “We hope the Supreme Court opens up and says something.”

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