Twitter Deal: Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has dismissed a US daily report that claimed former President Donald Trump “encouraged” him to buy micro-blogging site Twitter. Musk called the report a “false”.
The New York Post report quoted Devin Nunes, CEO of Donald Trump’s own social media app Truth Social, as saying that the former president “encouraged Elon Musk to buy it (Twitter) because someone has to deal with these tech tyrants.” “
When the American daily shared his story on Twitter, Elon Musk replied, “It’s a lie. [डोनाल्ड] I have not had any direct or indirect communication with Trump (who has publicly stated that he will be exclusively on Truth Social).
Musk close to owning Twitter
Let us tell you that after the Twitter board approved Musk’s takeover bid of about $ 44 billion on April 25, he has come very close to becoming the owner of the social media platform. The deal is expected to be completed this year, but has yet to be approved by shareholders and US regulators.
Musk did not clarify his plans
Musk pitched his Twitter deal as a move to protect free speech, accusing top company executives of far-reaching censorship. The SpaceX chief hasn’t yet clearly spelled out his plans for how he wants Twitter to change.
Speculation intensifies about Trump’s return to Twitter
Meanwhile, speculation swirled whether Donald Trump would return to the micro-blogging site under the new leadership of Twitter. The social media platform banned Donald Trump in January 2021 following the violence by his followers at the US Capitol.
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