Conservative Businesses Seize Opportunity To Capitalize On Trump's Refusal To Concede

December 3, 2020 - 3:57pm EST
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President Trump's refusal to concede has widened a rift between his supporters and mainstream media. And that has created a gold rush for some conservative businesses.

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