NEW YORK (Netavision): Tesla founder Elon Musk is under pressure from Trump after he recently decided to join Twitter.
Demands to get Trump back
On Monday, it was reported that Musk had bought into Twitter to secure 9% of the company, and on Tuesday it was announced that Musk would join Twitter’s board of directors.
Musk has purchased approximately 73.5 million shares in the company, about 9.2 percent of the shares.
Read also: Big recovery for Donald Trump
Twitter’s share price is up more than 25 percent on Monday, and on Tuesday the stock is up nearly 3 percent more.
But with its Twitter stake, the pressure on Twitter and Musk to bring Donald Trump back on the platform is also increasing. Trump has been permanently expelled from Twitter and a number of other social media following the uprising of his supporters that ended with the storming of the Capitol on January 6.
According to the Daily Mail, there are now more Twitter users and Republicans asking and begging Musk to use his Twitter to bring Trump back.
Trump get ready
One of them is Republican Errol Webber, who is running in California.
It’s time to bring this platform back to its previous level. Step one – bring back President Trump. Step Two – Give everyone who has been kicked another chance. Step Three – Put an end to all forms of political or other censorship, Weber wrote.
Read also: Donald Trump: – I was shocked
Controversial Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia, who herself was briefly expelled from Twitter, also indicates that she wants Trump back on Twitter.
Will the new majority owner guarantee the return of freedom of expression to Twitter? she writes.
Fake comeback video with Trump
Controversial former politician Nigel Farage, who now hosts GB News, also wants to see Trump again on Twitter.
Farage also shared this video, a manipulated video showing Elon Musk releasing Donald Trump on Twitter.
Musk: – Big improvements
Elon Musk has yet to comment on whether he envisions making any rule changes to the platform, but has previously stated that he is looking to implement “some significant improvements” with Twitter, he writes. daily Mail.
Musk also said two weeks ago that Twitter “failed to follow the principles of free speech” and that they “fundamentally undermine democracy.”
On Tuesday, Twitter informs daily Mail They do not intend to allow Trump back, by indicating that they have no plans to change any of their rules.
“Explorer. Unapologetic entrepreneur. Alcohol fanatic. Certified writer. Wannabe tv evangelist. Twitter fanatic. Student. Web scholar. Travel buff.”