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Social PROOF Trump Indictment Will Likely Win Him 2024!


They often say that staying top of mind secures top sales. …

Many corporations like Proctor & Gamble and Unilever live by this strategy—creating innumerable brand labels and brand names that they recycle and constantly create new, minor variations of.

Just ask yourself how many different versions of Colgate or Crest you see in the supermarket. …

President Trump has always known this—he is a master media manipulator and marketer, the 45th President of the United States understands, all too well, that no publicity is negative publicity. …

Just take a look at what he did during the 2016 election—he purposely said wild things to agitate the media and ensure that he received free media coverage 24/7.

It is estimated that Donald J. Trump received close to $1 billion in free airtime just from deliberately causing controversy—anyone who has ever read the Art of the Deal knows what I am talking about.

That book is about real estate, yet President Trump talks about the media in that book probably more than he talks about real estate development and construction.

This brings me to my next point: a Trump indictment, especially a televised Trump surrender, arrest, and perp-walk would practically guarantee his spot in the White House come 2024.

I might be going out on a limb here, but the price action of Trump NFTs following news of the indictment is indicative of this. …

Directly following the historic news, Trump NFT sales & trading volume soared by a whopping 461%—think about that.

No publicity is bad publicity and this small example is just one page in a library that President Trump could fill with instances of this.

The more they try to malign him and persecute him, the more it helps him; he is playing media jujitsu with these people—using the weight of their own attacks against them. …

Here’s more on the story:

Crypto Slate confirmed:

Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s NFT collection sales volume rose 461% to $185,783 in the last 24 hours despite a grand jury indictment of March 30.

The NFT collection was involved in 183 sales transactions in the last 24 hours, according to CryptoSlam’s data.


Decrypt adds:

The floor price—or price of the cheapest-listed NFT in the collection—jumped 24% over the last 24 hours to a current price of $1,023, per data from NFT Price Floor.

On Thursday night, soon after the news of Trump’s indictment hit, the floor price fell just shy of surpassing the all-time high of $1,079 from February.

On top of that, sales have surged since last night, with CryptoSlam reporting a 404% increase in secondary trading volume over the past 24 hours compared to the previous span.


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