Donald Trump criticises Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s $44 billion Twitter deal
On Saturday, former US President Donald Trump called Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s “bull — artist” at a campaign rally in Alaska.
On the subject, Donald Trump said Musk told him he had voted for Trump as president but had never actually voted for Republicans before.
“I said, ‘I didn’t know that,'” Trump said. “He told me he voted for me, so he’s another bull — artist.”
Elon Musk is currently gaining a lot of popularity on Twitter, where he has more than 100 million followers, so it is now seen that he often talks about politics,
The business spoke openly and embraced the meme culture of the internet. He is currently in legal trouble for some of his tweets.
On this subject, Donald Trump said,
“What I’m telling you, Elon, Elon isn’t going to buy Twitter. Where have you heard from me before? He says a lot of fakes from a fake account. Nah among them he got himself a mess.”
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You know, he said the next day, “Oh, I never voted. For a Republican, I said I don’t know if he voted for me. So he’s another budget artist, but he’s not going to buy it.”
Trump later told rally participants that one of the priorities of the Republican Congress would be to stop calling for left-wing censorship and he left. Plug in his own social media app Truth |
This social musk comes later, he said, abandoning the 44 billion deal
Buy Twitter because he claims the company has failed to pay
Information about the fake number though the account on the platform has allowed Twitter Kasturi access to it.
A collection of fiery hose raw that threatens to shut down hundreds of millions of Twitter accounts daily.
If the Musk Company did not show evidence, the agreement was that spam and bot accounts were low
More than five percent of registered users. Business Magnet’s new stunt.
As a result, Twitter’s share price fell six percent.
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