Elon Musk’s decision to restore Donald Trump’s Twitter account continues to be debated, in line with what was decided by users in the public survey attended by millions of subscribers.
However, as we have had the opportunity to tell, Donald Trump snubbed Twitter and, while welcoming Musk’s decision, explained that he doesn’t intend to go back to tweeting as its social network, Truth, works well. This turnaround was greeted with astonishment by many, as especially during his presidency the tycoon used Twitter as the main method to attack political opponents and address the voters, as well as to comment on news from the world and from the USA.
The eccentric new CEO of Twitter, when asked about Trump’s decision not to return to the platform, responded diplomatically. “I accept Trump’s decision not to tweet” he began, emphasizing however that “the important thing is that Twitter has corrected the serious mistake of banning his account, since he had not violated any law or terms of service. Banning a sitting president undermined half the American public’s trust in Twitter“. We remember that Trump had been banned following the assault on Capitol Hill.
The discussion continued shortly after and moved on to the politics of stars and stripes: Musk announced that he has been a supporter of the Obama-Trump presidency and that he voted for Biden over Trump in the last election, but for 2024 he has hinted that he probably won’t confirm his vote. “For the 2024 presidential elections, my preference will go to a reasonable and centrist person. I was hoping it would be like this for the Biden administration, but so far I’ve been disappointed.” he has declared.