Mike Lindell says he’s losing $65 million over his election-fraud claims

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said in an interview his company is losing $65 million over his election-fraud claims and won’t be able to get back all of the $65 million

more than 20 retailers have removed MyPillow products from their shelves since January, among them Sam’s Club, Kohl’s and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

“We obviously can’t get that back, we’re going to lose that,” Lindell told Insider. However, he said the company is working on a strategy to recoup at least some of the loss. he pointed to growing revenue from his podcast and radio ads.

Lindell waits outside the West Wing of the White House before entering on January 15 in Washington, D.C..DREW ANGERER/GETTY IMAGES

“We’re going to look at other strategies to try and get that revenue back,” he said. “We’re looking at every space for that.”

“We’ve expanded so much in radio and podcast, that’s our biggest expansion right now,” the Trump loyalist continued. “It’s just booming right now. We hope that that makes up a lot of it.” he said.

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