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SWEET REVENGE: President Trump Called It – “No Way Elon Musk Is Going to Buy Twitter”

President Trump and most of America are no fans of those running social media giant Twitter.  The tool was great, but the leadership was censor-happy radical leftists.

President Trump is probably not too upset to see the Twitter deal go south after the social media giant did what never has been done in US history, and that was to censor the President of the United States.  To hell with free speech, Twitter hated their biggest asset President Trump, so they kicked him off their platform and many other conservatives like him.

Today Elon Musk sent a letter to Twitter saying he was ending the deal to purchase the company.

Elon Musk Sends Letter to Twitter Terminating $44 Billion Buyout Bid …UPDATE: Twitter to Sue to Enforce Deal

President Trump called this out two months ago.  The President shared that no way was Musk going to go ahead with the deal with Twitter because of all the bots and fake accounts on the social media platform.

We reported on this in early May.

“No Way Elon Musk Is Going to Buy Twitter…A Company Largely Based on BOTS and Spam Accounts” President Trump on Elon Musk’s Twitter Deal

Friday night President Trump was in Las Vegas.  He was probably feeling pretty good. 

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