MIKE Lindell is the founder and CEO of MyPillow – and a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump.

Lindell said retailers such as Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s have dropped his products in wake of the January 6 Capitol siege.

Who is MyPillow founder Mike Lindell?

Mike Lindell launched MyPillow, a pillow manufacturing company based in Chaska, Minnesota, in 2004.

Lindell invented and patented the open-cell, poly-foam design.

He built his business after overcoming an addiction to crack cocaine.

“I look back now, and I go, ‘The only way that we were able to do that was divine intervention,'" he told CNBC in 2017.

Lindell expanded his MyPillow product line to include beds, linens and pet beds and is friends with actor Stephen Baldwin, according to CNBC.

Did he date Jane Krakowski?

Actress Jane Krakowski and Lindell both deny they had a relationship despite a claim made by the Daily Mail.

Krakowski's rep told Page Six that “Jane has never met Mr. Lindell."

"She is not and has never been in any relationship with him, romantic or otherwise," the statement read.

"She is, however, in full-fledged fantasy relationships with Brad Pitt, Rege-Jean Page and Kermit the Frog and welcomes any and all coverage on those.”

Lindell also denied having a relationship with Krakowski, telling the Daily Mail: "I have never even heard of Jane Krakowski???”

Is the MyPillow CEO a Trump supporter?

Lindell is a huge Trump supporter and has been pushing bogus claims of election fraud following President Joe Biden' victory.

MyPillow's logo was also prominently featured on TrumpMarch.com, a website that promoted the January 6 events in Washington, in which rioters stormed the Capitol.

People hae been flocking to social media and putting pressure on stores carrying MyPillow to drop the brand.

Lindell said products have also been pulled from online furniture store Wayfair and Texas supermarket chain HEB.

“They’re succumbing to the pressure from these attacks,” Lindell said.

“I’m one of their best-selling products ever. They’re going to lose out. It’s their loss if they want to succumb to the pressure.”

Lindell – who has been to the White House – said he doesn’t regret his election claims or his support of Trump, who he said he first met in 2016.

“I stand for what’s right,” said Lindell.

“I’m standing firm.”

Lindell is also facing potential litigation from Dominion Voting Systems for his accusations that their voting machines played a role in election fraud.

What is Mike Lindell’s net worth?

It is believed Lindell has a net worth of about $300million.

 His company currently employs more than 1,500 people.

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