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Oculus founder responds to 'Nimble America' political controversy

Engadget logo Engadget 24/09/2016 Richard Lawler
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Last night The Daily Beast reported that Oculus founder Palmer Luckey was the "NimbleRichMan" behind a group of Donald Trump supporters pushing anti-Hillary Clinton memes, and now Luckey has responded. In a Facebook post claiming recent news stories don't accurately reflect his views, the 24-year-old claimed his support of the Nimble America group consisted of a $10,000 donation because "because I thought the organization had fresh ideas," and that he did not write the posts credited to the pseudonym or delete the account.

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