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PALM BEACH, FL — October 20, 2021 — Trump Media & Technology Group and Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: DWAC) have entered into a definitive merger agreement, providing for a business combination that will result in Trump Media & Technology Group becoming a publicly listed company, subject to regulatory and stockholder approval.  The transaction values Trump Media & Technology Group at an initial enterprise value of $875 Million, with a potential additional earnout of $825 Million in additional shares (at the valuation they are granted) for a cumulative valuation of up to $1.7 Billion depending on the performance of the stock price post-business combination. Trump Media & Technology Group’s growth plans initially will be funded by DWAC’s cash in trust of $293 Million (assuming no redemptions).

Trump Media & Technology Group’s mission is to create a rival to the liberal media consortium and fight back against the “Big Tech” companies of Silicon Valley, which have used their unilateral power to silence opposing voices in America.

Trump Media & Technology Group (“TMTG”) will soon be launching a social network, named “TRUTH Social.”  TRUTH Social is now available for Pre-Order in the Apple App store.  TRUTH Social plans to begin its Beta Launch for invited guests in November 2021.  A nationwide rollout is expected in the first quarter of 2022.  Those who are interested in joining TRUTH Social may now visit www.truthsocial.com to sign up for the invite list.

President Donald J. Trump, the Chairman of TMTG, stated, “I created TRUTH Social and TMTG to stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech. We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced. This is unacceptable. I am excited to send out my first TRUTH on TRUTH Social very soon. TMTG was founded with a mission to give a voice to all. I’m excited to soon begin sharing my thoughts on TRUTH Social and to fight back against Big Tech. Everyone asks me why doesn’t someone stand up to Big Tech? Well, we will be soon!”

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Patrick F. Orlando, Chairman/CEO of DWAC, stated, “Digital World was formed to create public shareholder value and we believe that TMTG is one of the most promising business combination partners to fulfill that purpose.  DWAC currently has $293 Million in trust, assuming minimal redemptions, which can fuel TMTG’s scale up, including to provide world class leading technology services to build strong and secure social networks and diverse media offerings. Given the total addressable market and President Trump’s large following, we believe the TMTG opportunity has the potential to create significant shareholder value.”

Additionally, TMTG intends to launch a subscription video on demand service (TMTG+). TMTG+ will feature ‘non-woke’ entertainment programming, news, podcasts, and more.  TMTG has named Scott St. John as the leader of TMTG+ Corporate Operations.  Scott St. John is the Executive Producer of “Deal or No Deal’ and “America’s Got Talent” and has produced over 1,000 hours of Network and Cable TV.

Please visit TMTG’s corporate website at www.tmtgcorp.com for a Company Overview, and a video tour of TRUTH Social.

Transaction Overview:

The transaction is subject to approval by stockholders of DWAC and TMTG and other customary closing conditions, including any applicable regulatory approvals. Additional information about the transaction will be provided in a Current Report on Form 8-K to be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and available at www.sec.gov. In addition, the Company intends to file a registration statement on Form S-4 with the SEC (the “Registration Statement”), which will include a proxy statement/prospectus of DWAC, and will file other documents regarding the proposed business combination with the SEC.

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EF Hutton is acting as sole financial and capital markets advisor to DWAC.

Additional Information and Where to Find It

In connection with the merger agreement and the proposed business combination, the Company intends to file with the SEC a Registration Statement, which will include a preliminary proxy statement/prospectus and a proxy statement/prospectus.  The Company’s stockholders and other interested persons are advised to read, when available, the preliminary proxy statement/prospectus and the amendments thereto and the definitive proxy statement/prospectus and documents incorporated by reference therein filed in connection with the business combination, as these materials will contain important information about the Company, TMTG, the Merger Agreement and the Business Combination. When available, the definitive proxy statement/prospectus and other relevant materials for the business combination will be mailed to stockholders of the Company as of a record date to be established for voting on the business combination. Stockholders of the Company will also be able to obtain copies of the Registration Statement, the preliminary proxy statement/prospectus, the definitive proxy statement/prospectus and other documents filed with the SEC that will be incorporated by reference therein, without charge, once available, at the SEC’s web site at www.sec.gov, or by directing a request to: Digital World Acquisition Corp., 78 SW 7th Street, Miami, FL 33130.

Participants in the Solicitation

DWAC, TMTG and their respective directors, executive officers, other members of management and employees may be deemed participants in the solicitation of proxies from the Company’s stockholders with respect to the proposed business combination. Investors and securityholders may obtain more detailed information regarding the names and interests in the business combination of the Company’s directors and officers in the Company’s filings with the SEC, including the Registration Statement, and such information with respect to TMTG’s directors and executive officers will also be included in the Registration Statement.

Forward Looking Statements

This Current Report on Form 8-K contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws with respect to the proposed Business Combination between TMTG and the Company, including without limitation statements regarding the anticipated benefits of the Business Combination, the anticipated timing of the Business Combination, the implied enterprise value, future financial condition and performance of TMTG and the combined company after the Closing and expected financial impacts of the Business Combination, the satisfaction of closing conditions to the Business Combination, the level of redemptions of the Company’s public stockholders and the products and markets and expected future performance and market opportunities of TMTG. These forward-looking statements generally are identified by the words “believe,” “project,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “intend,” “strategy,” “future,” “opportunity,” “plan,” “may,” “should,” “will,” “would,” “will be,” “will continue,” “will likely result” and similar expressions, but the absence of these words does not mean that a statement is not forward-looking. Forward-looking statements are predictions, projections and other statements about future events that are based on current expectations and assumptions and, as a result, are subject to risks and uncertainties.

Many factors could cause actual future events to differ materially from the forward-looking statements in this Current Report on Form 8-K, including but not limited to: (i) the risk that the business combination may not be completed in a timely manner or at all, which may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, (ii) the risk that the business combination may not be completed by the Company’s business combination deadline and the potential failure to obtain an extension of the business combination deadline if sought by the Company, (iii) the failure to satisfy the conditions to the consummation of the business combination, including the approval of the merger agreement by the stockholders of the Company, (iv) the lack of a third-party fairness opinion in determining whether or not to pursue the proposed business combination, (v) the occurrence of any event, change or other circumstance that could give rise to the termination of the merger agreement, (vi) the failure to achieve the minimum amount of cash available following any redemptions by Company stockholders; (vii) redemptions exceeding a maximum threshold or the failure to meet The Nasdaq Stock Market’s initial listing standards in connection with the consummation of the contemplated transactions; (viii) the effect of the announcement or pendency of the business combination on TMTG’s business relationships, operating results, and business generally, (ix) risks that the proposed Business Combination disrupts current plans and operations of TMTG, (x) the outcome of any legal proceedings that may be instituted against TMTG or against the Company related to the merger agreement or the proposed business combination, (xi) changes in the digital advertising markets in which TMTG competes, including with respect to its competitive landscape, technology evolution or regulatory changes; (xii) changes in domestic and global general economic conditions; (xiii) risk that TMTG may not be able to execute its growth strategies; (xiv) risks related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and response; (xv) risk that TMTG may not be able to develop and maintain effective internal controls; (xvi) costs related to the business combination and the failure to realize anticipated benefits of the business combination or to realize estimated pro forma results and underlying assumptions, including with respect to estimated stockholder redemptions, and (xvii) and those factors discussed in the Company’s filings with the SEC and that that will be contained in the Registration Statement relating to the proposed business combination. The foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive. You should carefully consider the foregoing factors and the other risks and uncertainties that will be described in the “Risk Factors” section of the Registration Statement and other documents to be filed by the Company from time to time with the SEC. These filings identify and address other important risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events and results to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they are made. Readers are cautioned not to put undue reliance on forward-looking statements, and while TMTG and the Company may elect to update these forward-looking statements at some point in the future, they assume no obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Neither of TMTG or the Company gives any assurance that TMTG or the Company, or the combined company, will achieve its expectations.

No Offer or Solicitation

This press release shall not constitute a solicitation of a proxy, consent, or authorization with respect to any securities or in respect of the proposed business combination. This press release shall also not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, nor shall there be any sale of securities in any states or jurisdictions in which such offer, solicitation, or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. No offering of securities shall be made except by means of a prospectus meeting the requirements of Section 10 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or an exemption therefrom.

About Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: DWAC)

Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: DWAC) completed its initial public offering in September 2021, raising approximately USD 293 Million in cash proceeds for the purpose of effecting a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. Digital World’s strategy is to identify and complete business combinations with technology-focused, market leading companies. For more information, please visit www.dwacspac.com

 

Contact Information

For TMTG:

Lori Heyer

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Media Relations:

Roma Daravi

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For DWAC:

Investor Relations:

Name: Alex Cano

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Media Relations:

Name: D. Campbell

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Harris’ 2024 Chances Sink After Ex-Staffer Reveals Her Cruelty Behind Closed Doors

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Earth to Democrats: Vice President Kamala Harris is not your savior.

It’s not that her poll numbers are low just because her personality is grating and she’s been ineffectual whenever she’s been given the opportunity to lead. Both of those are true, but there’s another factor that needs to be looked at: Harris’ inability to come to grips with the organizational side of politics.

Mainstream media outlets didn’t want to pay attention to this when she was running for either president or vice president — even though the evidence is there. (This is the kind of ugly media bias we fight every day here at The Western Journal. You can help us in our fight by subscribing.)

The most damaging aspect of this has been speculation regarding her staffers — how she treats them, how many of them end up quitting and what they say to the media after they walk out. Over the course of her vice presidency, there’s usually been someone in her office who defended Harris against this. Thus far, it’s typically been Symone Sanders, Harris’ chief spokeswoman.

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She wasn’t available this time, given that she was the one who quit.

But seriously, guys — she didn’t quit because the vice president’s office is more dysfunctional than the weekend Charlie Sheen gets supervised visitation with his kids! Why, just listen to the reason she gave The Washington Post for why she left the office after two years of working for Joe Biden and one for Kamala Harris.

“I’ve been with the president since before he announced his run for president. I staffed him on the road. I traveled with him for nearly two years and during that time, there were days when on Monday I would get on a plane with Joe Biden. And then the plane would land in Delaware I would drive from Delaware to Washington DC. And Tuesday morning, I would be on a plane with Kamala Harris,” Sanders told the Post.

“I’m getting married next year. I would like to plan my wedding. You know, I have earned a break. So me deciding that I’m leaving has absolutely nothing to do with my unhappiness. I feel honored every single day to work for the vice president who gave me an opportunity to be her spokesperson at the highest levels.”

The problem for Harris with that carefully drafted statement is that it was appended onto the end of another nightmare piece about how Harris treats her staff — including more anonymous quotes to those who have left the office behind and attributed quotes from those who say they know how toxic the dynamic is.

The headline should say it all: “A Kamala Harris staff exodus reignites questions about her leadership style — and her future ambitions.”

But there were plenty of details inside the Saturday report from Cleve R. Wootson Jr. and Tyler Pager, painting the picture of a domineering boss who abuses her staff.

For instance: “Staffers who worked for Harris before she was vice president said one consistent problem was that Harris would refuse to wade into briefing materials prepared by staff members, then berate employees when she appeared unprepared,” the Saturday report stated.

“It’s clear that you’re not working with somebody who is willing to do the prep and the work,” a former staffer told the Post, describing Harris’ behavior outside the public eye.

“With Kamala you have to put up with a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism and also her own lack of confidence. So you’re constantly sort of propping up a bully and it’s not really clear why.”

One source named in the article was blunt.

“One of the things we’ve said in our little text groups among each other is what is the common denominator through all this and it’s her,” former Democratic strategist and Harris aide Gil Duran told the Post. He quit working for her after five months in 2013.

“Who are the next talented people you’re going to bring in and burn through and then have [them] pretend they’re retiring for positive reasons?”

What’s the defense against this? Misogyny and racism, of course.

Usually, when pieces like this come out against Harris — such as a damning June article published by Politico — it was Symone Sanders picking up the pieces. She would parrot the same lines that Wootson and Pager described in their piece: that “criticism against her is often steeped in the same racism and sexism that have followed a woman who has been a first in every job she’s done over the past two decades.”

“Her selection as President Biden’s vice president, they say, makes her a bigger target because many see her as the heir apparent to the oldest president in the nation’s history. They also say Harris faces the brunt of a double standard for women who are ambitious, powerful or simply unafraid to appear strong in public.”

Calling unnamed sources in the summertime Politico article “cowards,” Sanders noted, “We are not making rainbows and bunnies all day … What I hear is that people have hard jobs and I’m like, ‘welcome to the club.’”

In that piece, here’s how one individual with knowledge of how Harris ran her office described it: “People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it’s an abusive environment. It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s***.”

Sanders is now out of the club, so the defense — at least for the Post’s article — fell to Sean Clegg, a partner in a political consultancy who advised Harris when she was a California state politician. He could have used a bit of brush-up on his “rainbows and bunnies” talk, however.

“People personalize these things,” he said. “I’ve never had an experience in my long history with Kamala, where I felt like she was unfair. Has she called bulls***? Yes. And does that make people uncomfortable sometimes? Yes. But if she were a man with her management style, she would have a TV show called ‘The Apprentice.’”

At National Review, John McCormack may have put it best: “It’s hard to tell what’s worse for Vice President Kamala Harris in this Washington Post story—the comments from anonymous former staffers trashing her management style or the on-the-record comment defending her management style by likening Harris to Donald Trump.”

Whatever, the case, Harris burns through staffers like a tech startup burns through money — although the end product tends to be better in Silicon Valley than what we’re seeing inside the veep’s office. The problem is that Harris was given the second-in-command role with the knowledge she was heir apparent. Over the past few months, it’s become apparent the heir will be needed sooner rather than later.

Biden’s poll numbers are in the toilet, with a RealClearPolitics polling average of 42.3 favorable and 52.2 unfavorable as of Dec. 2. Given his advanced age — not just 79 but a high-mileage 79 — he would ordinarily be passing the mantle on to the vice president.

Except Harris’ poll numbers are even worse than Biden’s; her RCP average, as of Nov. 30, was 40.2 favorable and 51.6 unfavorable. She’s come through on none of the leadership opportunities she’s been given. And, as yet another departure has proved, she still doesn’t have the organizational chops to make a run at the presidency in 2024.

None of this, obviously, is good for the United States of America. In a dangerous world, with rivals like Russia and China increasingly belligerent, the country needs stable, competent leadership in the Oval Office.

Unfortunately, thanks to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and the current deranged state of the Democratic Party, that’s not in the cards for another three years, at least.

From a political perspective, however, the only people benefiting from the dysfunction of the Biden-Harris administration are those who are or support politicians with the “R” after their name.

As disastrous as it is for the county, Republicans will have an opportunity in 2024 to exploit the double-bind the White House is in: Run a senescent president who has neither the energy nor the initiative to do the job, or hand the reins to a vice president whose office seems to be imploding under the same mismanagement her presidential campaign did.

That’s the choice Democrats are stuck with at the moment. Fortunately, the country as a whole has other options.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Earth to Democrats: Vice President Kamala Harris is not your savior. It’s not that her poll numbers are low just because her personality is grating and she’s been ineffectual whenever she’s been given the opportunity to lead. Both of those are true, but there’s another factor that needs to be looked at: Harris’ inability to come to grips with the organizational side of politics. Mainstream media outlets didn’t want to pay attention to this when she was running for either president or vice president — even though the evidence is there. (This is the kind of ugly media bias we fight every day here at The Western Journal. You can help us in our fight by subscribing.) The most damaging aspect of this has been speculation regarding her staffers — how she treats them, how many of them end up quitting and what they say to the media after they walk out. Over the course of her vice presidency, there’s usually been someone in her office who defended Harris against this. Thus far, it’s typically been Symone Sanders, Harris’ chief spokeswoman. She wasn’t available this time, given that she was the one who quit. But seriously, guys — she didn’t quit because the vice president’s office is more dysfunctional than the weekend Charlie Sheen gets supervised visitation with his kids! Why, just listen to the reason she gave The Washington Post for why she left the office after two years of working for Joe Biden and one for Kamala Harris. “I’ve been with the president since before he announced his run for president. I staffed him on the road. I traveled with him for nearly two years and during that time, there were days when on Monday I would get on a plane with Joe Biden. And then the plane…

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Dirty Money: JP Morgan Official Rats Esptein Out, Says He Wired Ghislaine Maxwell Over $30 Million

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Ghislaine Maxwell’s legal strategy in her sex trafficking case could be described as a #MeToo defense: Sure, Jeffrey Epstein had plenty of victims, and she was one of the first.

Though she’s now on trial in federal court on a slew of charges related to facilitating Epstein’s sexual relations with underage females, her defense is apparently trying to suggest different picture:

She wasn’t a procurer or a pimp, but merely someone who got caught up in the machinations of the world’s most infamous degenerate. And, according to the New York Post, the defense argues Maxwell is simply being targeted because Epstein is no longer alive to prosecute.

If that’s the case, her defense team will have to explain why she was one very well-remunerated victim.

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In testimony Monday, according to Just the News, a banker with JP Morgan said that Epstein wired over $30 million to Ghislaine Maxwell over a period of eight years. Some of that money may have been spent on a private helicopter and a townhouse worth nearly $5 million, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

(We’ve stuck with the Epstein/Maxwell legal saga since the beginning here at The Western Journal — and we’ve highlighted many of the sordid details and big names that the mainstream media and Big Tech don’t want to focus on. You can help us continue our fight to bring readers the truth, no matter what the cost, by subscribing.)

According to the Daily Mail, JPMorgan Chase executive director Patrick McHugh told the court that $30.7 million was transferred from Epstein to Maxwell between 1999 and 2007.

Prosecutors also introduced documentation to back up the testimony, the paper reported.

“A bank statement from August 1999 showed the Financial Trust Company, a company Epstein controlled, selling $18.3 million of shares which were transferred the same day into a bank account owned by Maxwell,” the Daily Mail’s Daniel Bates reported.

“The reason for the transfer was unclear, but in October 2000 Maxwell paid $4.9 million for a townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.”

A further $5 million was transferred into Maxwell’s account in September of 2002, again from selling off shares.

The final transfer took place in June of 2007, the Daily Mail reported. In that transfer, $7.6 million was wired from one of Epstein’s bank accounts to Maxwell — who transferred it to a company she controlled called Air Ghislaine, and then wired money to helicopter-maker Sikorsky for one of its S76C aircraft and a “down payment on executive finish,” according to the Daily Mail.

Maxwell’s lawyers countered by arguing such transfers were normal for someone with Epstein’s wealth.

“Isn’t it true that high-net-worth individuals like this have lots of assets?” said Maxwell lawyer Christian Everdell, according to the Daily Mail.

“They could,” McHugh responded, adding that transferring the money didn’t necessarily indicate illegal behavior.

Still, the transfers weren’t a good look on a bad day in court for Maxwell.

Earlier, the Daily Mail reported, a witness using the pseudonym “Kate” said she had been introduced to Epstein by Maxwell when she was 17. She told the court that when she visited Maxwell’s townhouse in London, she found Epstein dressed in a robe. Maxwell said his massage therapist had canceled and asked her to substitute. Furing the massage, she alleged, Epstein began to make sexual contact.

She said that after the massage, Maxwell said, “How did it go? Did you have fun? You’re such a good girl.”

“She sounded really pleased, and I was pleased that she was pleased,” the witness said, according to the Daily Mail.

While “Kate” was over the age of consent and isn’t part of the charges against Maxwell, her testimony demonstrates a pattern — and it also raises new questions about the relationship between Epstein and Maxwell.

“There are no indications that Ghislaine directly helped Epstein with financial matters. Instead, Maxwell, who grew up in British high society and graduated from Oxford University, introduced Epstein to the global elite, including politicians and royalty,” noted Patricia Hurtado and Sophie Alexander in a Bloomberg piece about Maxwell when she was arrested last summer

Maxwell’s father was the powerful British publisher Robert Maxwell, whose death in 1991 set off a series of revelations that “his wealth was an illusion: He had diverted hundreds of millions of pounds from his companies’ pension funds to prop up his empire,” as NBC reported in November.

Hurtado and Alexander noted that Maxwell’s lawyers are suggesting that Maxwell is “less wealthy than many believe.”

“After arriving in New York in the wake of her father’s death and ensuing scandal, she grew tight with Epstein in the 1990s,” they wrote. “They were initially romantically involved, but remained close, and Epstein called Maxwell his ‘best friend’ in a 2003 Vanity Fair article. A trained helicopter pilot, she even transported him to his private island.”

Maxwell’s wealth and where she got it are in question, as well. As the Bloomberg report noted, she claimed to be worth less than $1 million at the time of her arrest, something prosecutors called “implausible.”

After all, she received over $30 million in transfers from Epstein alone, evidence he could have bought her silence or participation — or both.

A former housekeeper testified that she was “lady of the house” around Epstein’s mansion, producing a 58-page book of rules that was entered into evidence.

Even beyond that, Maxwell’s constant presence around the late financier and convicted sex offender was indicative of a relationship that goes far beyond being a simple victim.

If this is the tack Maxwell’s defense intends to take after she was the recipient of a vast fortune in just eight years of financial transfers from Epstein, her case is in trouble.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Ghislaine Maxwell’s legal strategy in her sex trafficking case could be described as a #MeToo defense: Sure, Jeffrey Epstein had plenty of victims, and she was one of the first. Though she’s now on trial in federal court on a slew of charges related to facilitating Epstein’s sexual relations with underage females, her defense is apparently trying to suggest different picture: She wasn’t a procurer or a pimp, but merely someone who got caught up in the machinations of the world’s most infamous degenerate. And, according to the New York Post, the defense argues Maxwell is simply being targeted because Epstein is no longer alive to prosecute. If that’s the case, her defense team will have to explain why she was one very well-remunerated victim. In testimony Monday, according to Just the News, a banker with JP Morgan said that Epstein wired over $30 million to Ghislaine Maxwell over a period of eight years. Some of that money may have been spent on a private helicopter and a townhouse worth nearly $5 million, according to the U.K. Daily Mail. (We’ve stuck with the Epstein/Maxwell legal saga since the beginning here at The Western Journal — and we’ve highlighted many of the sordid details and big names that the mainstream media and Big Tech don’t want to focus on. You can help us continue our fight to bring readers the truth, no matter what the cost, by subscribing.) According to the Daily Mail, JPMorgan Chase executive director Patrick McHugh told the court that $30.7 million was transferred from Epstein to Maxwell between 1999 and 2007. Prosecutors also introduced documentation to back up the testimony, the paper reported. “A bank statement from August 1999 showed the Financial Trust Company, a company Epstein controlled, selling $18.3 million of shares which were transferred the…

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