Well told NBC News Starbucks chief and presidential candidate Howard Schulz, but insisted that it was "not a fake account" despite the way he ran it , In his USA Today chat, Well acknowledged that he hoped to promote "weaker candidates" in a bid to split the left-wing vote.
This has not landed himself in trouble He has made bogus claims about Robert Mueller (prompting an FBI investigation into welfare) and Senator Kamala Harris, and has been accused of defending customers for his hedge fund. Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti So Alleged That Well Was Behind It.
USA Today USA Today piece played a role. The social site has been under pressure to curtail election meddling, and that frequently involves the use of fake accounts. Well at some point, even if it took a while to discover the connection.