Andrew Torba, the founder of the right-leaning social network Gab, has accused Republican former President Donald Trump of endorsing RINO candidates in exchange for financial kickbacks.

“RINO” is an initialism that stands for “Republican in Name Only.” It’s used as an insult for Republicans who allegedly don’t represent the political party’s values.

Torba made his comments on the far-right network, a site that has promoted promoting racist, homophobic, Islamophobic and antisemitic views. Torba’s comments were highlighted by Right Wing Watch.

In his comments, Torba mentioned his rejection of a business proposal allegedly put forth by trump in January. Referring to Trump’s son-in-law, Torba said that “Jared Kushner’s cronies” wanted to make money off of Gab’s user data and its email list. Kushner also allegedly wanted Gab to change its user policies to “clean up” the social network’s public image, Torba said.

Torba mentioned that his two grandfathers warned him against making any deals with Trump.

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