Elon Musk says he would reverse former US president Donald Trump’s Twitter ban

Elon Musk says he would reverse former US president Donald Trump’s Twitter ban

Elon Musk says he would reverse former US president Donald Trump’s Twitter ban

Euronews says Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says he would reverse Twitter’s ban of former US president Donald Trump.

Speaking at the Future of the Car conference hosted by the Financial Times newspaper on Tuesday, he said it was “a morally bad decision to be clear and foolish in the extreme” to ban the Republican president from Twitter.

Musk, who has called himself a “free speech absolutist,” recently inked a $44 billion (€41 billion) deal to acquire the social media platform.

The decision amplified his views among people on the political right, Musk said, calling the ban “morally wrong and flat-out stupid”.

Trump previously told Fox News that he would not return to Twitter even if Musk purchases the platform and reinstates his account, and said he would use his own social media app called Truth Social, which launched on the Apple app store in late February but was glitchy until more recently when it began letting more users in.


Read More: https://www.euronews.com/next/2022/05/10/elon-musk-says-he-would-reverse-twitter-s-ban-of-former-us-president-donald-trump



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