Donald Trump made huge waves recently when his media company, The Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), announced that it was creating its own social media platform.
Today, the company announced a huge step in the right direction as it has secured established video platform Rumble to be the official provider of video streaming on the new network.
The news is sure to increase even further America’s desire to get the new platform up and running, especially with Facebook’s “Fact-Checks” recently been proven a complete hoax in a court of law.
Beyond simply playing videos, TMTG announced that the two firms were “in exclusive negotiations for Rumble to provide infrastructure and video delivery services for TMTG’s Subscription Video On-Demand product, TMTG+.”
The platform has been wildly popular among Republicans since about May of 2021, when it was announced that venture capitalist J.D. Vance, who is running for Senate in Ohio, was investing in Rumble.
Donald himself commented on the partnership with Rumble, saying his company “continues to align with service providers who do not discriminate against political ideology. Therefore, I have selected the Rumble Cloud to serve as a critical backbone for TMTG infrastructure.”
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