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To be thoroughly frank, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has experienced some issues launching his social network Frank ― which includes being pranked by Donald Trump impersonators.

The web page launch has been notoriously glitchy, according to Newsweek, with heaps of crashes and people unable to get to the house web site.

That has not stopped Lindell from hosting what is becoming billed as a 48-hour “FRANK-a-thon,” and it has not stopped him from acquiring trolled, according to Salon’s Zachary Petrizzo.

Just one caller acquired as a result of by declaring to be Trump ― a incredibly foul-mouthed Trump.

“Hello every person,” the pretend Trump reported.

Lindell, who bent his physique more than the speaker in which the voice was emanating, acquired enthusiastic.

“Aw, we have the president in this article ― our serious president anyone,” Lindell exclaimed. “Hello, Mr. President!”

Regrettably for Lindell, the person professing to be the president did not reply in type.

“MacronShow.com, bitches! MacronShow.com!”

Ron Blackman, who tweets as @JamesWinder and who hosts the British podcast “The Macron Clearly show,” later took credit history on Twitter for the prank connect with, and advised HuffPost that Lindell warrants regardless of what he will get.

“He’s thoroughly inquiring for it, spreading frequent lies about vaccines and voter fraud,” Winder said. “He’s a narcissist and a fraudster spreading toxic information and facts to individuals. I sense I’m undertaking a responsibility by squandering his time and embarrassing him.” Lindell is facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit above spreading falsehoods about election protection in 2020.

The prank phone could have been brief, but many Twitter customers identified it pretty fulfilling.





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