Will Wilkerson, co-founder of Trump’s media company, filed an SEC whistleblower complaint in August.
Wilkerson detailed his allegations to The Washington Post, including those concerning the Trump family.
Wilkerson said Post-Trump’s adult sons wanted the stake, describing it as “wanting handouts.”
Former President Donald Trump’s two grown-up sons, according to one of the co-founders of the Trump Media & Technology Group, have decided to take a stake in their father’s media company, even though they were largely uninvolved. was hoping for
Will Wilkerson denies claims about Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump Washington Post Saturday. The story details Wilkerson’s accusations of infighting and potentially illegal activities at the company. Whistleblower Complaints to the SEC In August.
According to the Post, Wilkerson said of Donald Jr. and Eric, “They were coming in and asking for handouts.” “They had nothing to do with this company…and they were taking fairness away from hard working individuals.”
The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
and Statements Provided to InsidersTrump Media & Technology Group, condemned the Post’s coverage and touted Truth Social’s success: Launch on Apple and Google App Stores It attracts millions of users.
“Ignoring these achievements, the Washington Post deliberately published articles filled with false and defamatory remarks and other fabricated psychodramas,” the statement said. The statement does not directly comment on any specific allegations.
Wilkerson, who served as senior vice president of operations, said he was fired after speaking with the Post on Thursday, the outlet reported.A lawyer for Wilkerson did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment. But he told The Washington Post that he was cooperating. SEC and New York Prosecutors Investigate Trump Media.
Wilkerson provided the Post with documents filed with the SEC that he said proved his claims about the company. Among the materials was a log detailing the day-to-day experiences of Wilkerson and his two other co-founders at the company.
According to The Post, the logs showed that the three men considered ways to deal with the Trump family’s involvement in the business. I need it,” the outlet reported, pointing out what the person said.
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