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Donald Trump made his name on television before becoming the Republican nominee, but a new report suggests his plan after Election Day may be to return to the small screen.
Trump’s son-in-law, New York Observer publisher Jared Kushner, reached out to an investment bank founder Aryeh Bourkoff to discuss a possible Trump network after the election, Financial Times reported Monday. The conversation with Bourkoff, who is also chief executive of the bank LionTree and known for advising media deals, was short and has stalled since, according to Financial Times.
The meeting bolsters rumors of a Trump media company should he lose the presidential race: Vanity Fair reported in June after Trump had clinched the nomination that he was considering starting his own media platform.
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