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The tech billionaire said that he historically voted Democrat in the past, but now claimed that Democrats were a party of "division and hate."
A 139-page filing chronicles how the deal came together and says the company wants to finish the $44 billion sale "promptly."
Elon Musk is holding off on his $44 billion purchase of Twitter after raising concerns about the number of bots and spam accounts.
“My offer was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accurate,” Musk tweeted Tuesday.
He still seemed unenthusiastic about buying due to concerns about bots, he told a conference. “The more questions I ask, the more my concerns grow.”
The former president's Truth Social messages are being posted on Twitter, even though he's supposed to be permanently banned.
The Tesla mogul gave Twitter exec Parag Agrawal crap in response to a detailed thread about how the social media platform deals with fake users.
The former president has agreed to a partial six-hour delay in using other social media sites in a bid to prioritize his fledgling app, according to a new federal securities filing.
The “Ruthless People” star then doubled down on her stance, prompting an even stronger Twitter backlash.
“‘Temporarily on hold’ is not a thing,” wrote Bloomberg columnist Matt Levine. “Elon Musk has signed a binding contract requiring him to buy Twitter.”