Elon Musk took a jibe at the US President, said – people wanted ‘less drama’, so Joe Biden won the election

Elon Musk and Donald Trump

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that it was US President Joe Biden’s “mistake if he felt he was elected to change the country.”

Tesla owner Elon Musk after the planned purchase of TwitterTesla CEO Elon Musk) has been in constant discussion and once again he came into the limelight when he said that US President Joe Biden (President Joe Biden) to think that he was chosen to change the country, in fact he chose his rival candidate Donald Trump (donald trump) but won only because people wanted ‘less drama’.

Taking a jibe at President Joe Biden, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday that US President Biden was wrong to think that he was chosen to change the country and that he won over his rival candidate Donald Trump simply because people Wanted ‘less drama’. Musk also said that he prefers a less divisive candidate in the 2024 election than former President Donald Trump.

It’s Biden’s fault: Elon Musk

“Even though I think a less divisive candidate would be better off in 2024, I still think Donald Trump should be reinstated on Twitter,” Elon Musk said on Twitter on Thursday evening. He continued, “Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was chosen to change and rejuvenate the country, but in reality everyone wanted ‘less drama’.”

Musk said earlier this week that Twitter’s decision to ban former US President Donald Trump was a mistake and that he would reverse the decision if his takeover of the social media company is successful. Twitter last month agreed to acquire Elon Musk in a US$44 billion deal, though it is still subject to shareholder approval.

Court dismisses Donald Trump’s lawsuit

Earlier in the day, a San Francisco judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Donald Trump challenging the permanent ban imposed on him by Twitter. District Judge James Donato said Trump had failed to prove that Twitter violated his First Amendment right to freedom of expression. He said the right to freedom of expression does not apply to private companies and that Trump has also failed to prove that Twitter was acting as a state body on behalf of the Democratic Party.

Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and YouTube in July last year. He claimed that these sites had banned him illegally.

In fact, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube suspended Donald Trump’s account on January 6 last year after the violence at the Capitol Complex (Parliament Building). That day, Trump supporters violently stormed the Capitol compound in an attempt to prevent the US Congress from authenticating Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election. After this incident, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube had expressed apprehension that he may further incite his supporters to violence.

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