And on Tuesday evening, Trump responded to a series of tweets sent by the Tesla CEO on Monday, encouraging Trump to end his political career.
“I don’t hate the guy,” Musk declared on Twitter, “but it’s time for Trump to hang up his hat and sail until sunset.” “Democrats should also call off the attack – don’t do it until Trump’s only way of survival is to reclaim the presidency.”
Not surprisingly, the former president did not deal well with this. For his part, he took to his right-wing social network social truth He attacked Musk, recalling one of the many times the Tesla CEO visited the White House during his tenure.
“When Elon Musk came to the White House asking me for help with all of his many subsidized projects, whether it’s electric cars that don’t run long enough, self-driving cars that break down, or missiles anywhere, and without the subsidies he’s going to get, no,” Trump wrote. valued him, and he told me how he was a huge fan of Trump and a Republican, I could have said, ‘Get down on your knees and beg,’ and he would have done it.”
For good measure, the former president appeared in other news Tuesday on Musk: Twitter is suing the moon-loving billionaire, alleging he broke a contract to buy the company.
“Now Elon should focus on getting himself out of the Twitter mess because he could owe $44 billion for something that is probably worthless. Also, there is a lot of competition for electric cars!”
Musk did not immediately respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment Tuesday night.
Throughout the day, Trump also attacked the January 6 House committee, issued endorsements to MAGA-friendly candidates, and shared unfounded allegations that the 2020 election was “rigged.”
‘Cheating and wrongdoing were unbelievable,’ ex-president angered after commission tasked with investigating Capitol riots It was revealed that Trump tried to call A witness who has not yet appeared before the Commission, which constitutes a possible interference by witnesses.
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