Trump plans video streaming service with 'non-woke entertainment' — and sumo wrestling
Screen shot/Trump Media and Technology Corp.

In conjunction with his new social media platform, former president Donald Trump is planning a video streaming service to provide "non-woke entertainment."

Trump announced the launch of his Truth Social platform through a newly formed company, Trump Media and Technology Corp., in a news release Wednesday.

The release states that in addition to Truth Social, the company intends a subscription video service called TMTG+.

"TMGT+ is an on-demand streaming service that will provide news, big-tent entertainment, exciting documentaries, sports programming, and more. The American public is seeking a 'non-woke' entertainment, and TMTG+ will provide content for all to enjoy."

A graphic promoting TMGT+ suggests that it aspires to compete against the likes of Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu. The graphic includes images of a boxing match and Trump presenting a trophy to what appears to be a sumo wrestler.

"Trump's new media company promises to meet the demand for 'non-woke entertainment,'" Daily Beast reporter Will Sommer wrote alongside the graphic on Twitter. "What would that look like? Judging by the pitch deck, a lot more sumo wrestling."