Musk claims Trump did not encourage him to buy Twitter

The Tesla chief has dismissed reports that former US President Donald Trump encouraged Elon Musk to buy Twitter. This information was given in the online report of NDTV.

A report in the New York Post quoted Devin Nunes, CEO of Trump’s own social media app, Truth Social, as saying that the former US president had quietly encouraged Elon Musk to buy Twitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

The news was shared on Twitter by the US daily New York Post. Mask replied to this tweet. “It simply came to our notice then. I have no direct or indirect contact with Trump, who has publicly stated that he will only be on the ‘Truth Social’.

Last month, the company’s board of directors made the final decision to sell Twitter to Musk. According to the agreement, it was decided to sell Twitter for হাজার 4.4 billion.

Regarding the purpose of buying the micro-blogging site Twitter, Musk said he wants to make Twitter a free platform for exchanging ideas. The thought of buying Twitter initially affected him.

Earlier, Musk said he wanted to allow Twitter to exercise censorship and freedom of speech.

Following the agreement, Musk announced that new features would be added to Twitter to make users more interested in using the social media.

Musk also said he plans to charge Twitter’s commercial users.

Former US President George W. Trump has said he will not return to the platform even if his account is restored in the wake of a deal to buy Musk’s Twitter account.

“I’m not back on Twitter,” Trump said. I will be in the truth. ‘

Trump added, ‘I hope Elon is buying Twitter, because, he will improve the medium. He is a good man. But I will be in the truth. ‘

In the wake of the US presidential election results, on January 8 last year, at the instigation of Trump, his extremist supporters carried out a bloody attack on the US Capitol. Following the attack, Trump was permanently banned from Twitter.


Twitter then said that after closely monitoring Trump’s tweets, it was decided to close his account. Trump’s account has been permanently suspended due to fears that his tweets could provoke more violence.

The decision to ban Trump on Twitter provoked mixed reactions. Some praised the decision, while others criticized it.

Trump was banned from Twitter as well as Facebook and Instagram. Before the ban, Trump had 69 million followers on Twitter, 33 million on Facebook and 24.5 million on Instagram.

Banned on Twitter-Facebook-Instagram, Trump announced the launch of his own social network called ‘Truth Social’. Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTJ) is in charge of managing this social network called Truth Social. Trump made his first post last month on his established social media, Truth Social.

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