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Lindell said he’d also sold a building for $2 million and borrowed a further $2 million for himself.
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Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, says he had to borrow $10 million in 2022 just to keep his pillow company afloat.
Speaking to Insider on Wednesday night, Lindell said that to keep MyPillow going, he borrowed “about 4 million in May, 2 million in the summer, and 4 million in September.”
And on top of that, Lindell said he’s personally been borrowing money to stay liquid, too.
“I sold a building I had in Savage, in Minnesota, in October,” Lindell told Insider. “And I had to borrow 2 million too. I’ve spent it all on fighting for this country.”
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