Donald Trump could soon be hitting your TV screen more often than you thought.
The Republican presidential candidate’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reportedly met with an investment firm to discuss the possibility of a Trump TV network, according to NBC News.
Even though Variety later cited sources saying the meetings didn’t go anywhere — and Trump has denied "a false rumor" he wants his own TV station — it sparked speculation that Trump will try to capitalize on the influence he gained from his presidential run.
And an industry expert said that these meetings don’t have to be the end of his bid; there are alternatives. New, low-cost streaming models could put a Trump TV Network on air in three months.