Trump exposes Elon Musk’s ‘Bulls**t Artist’ as Tesla CEO reportedly defends Trump

Donald Trump ripped apart Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Saturday, the same day, Musk reportedly defended the former president at a closed-door conference of media and tech moguls in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Trump snubs Musk a day after the head of SpaceX announced that he rejection of the deal buy twitter for $44 billion.

Trump called BS at a rally in Anchorage, Alaska, citing Musk’s claims that he voted for democrats in the past – but will switch to Republican candidates next election cycle.

Nevertheless, Musk told Trump that he voted for him, the ex-president said at the rally. “So he’s another crappy artist,” Trump said dismissively.

Trump also referred to Musk as “Leon” in his speech before changing it to “Elon”, noting, “Elon is not going to buy Twitter. Where have you heard this before? From me. “

Trump said in May that Musk “will never pay such a ridiculous price” for Twitter.

Musk, meanwhile, complained on Saturday about Twitter’s treatment of Trump. Bloomberg reported. Trump was permanently banned from the social media platform “due to the risk of further incitement to violence” after the January events. October 6, 2021 Capitol riot.

Musk made the comment at the annual Allen & Co. at the Sun Valley Conference, where he served as a keynote speaker. But he reportedly declined to discuss the details of his decision to pull out of the Twitter deal.

Instead, Musk talked about increasing the world’s population (apparently starting with his own unexpected amount nine children) and the development of a colony on Mars, which he called “civil life insurance” in the event of a catastrophe on Earth, the sources said. bloomberg as well as Reuters.

Trouble quickly arose with Musk’s deal with Twitter earlier this year. Shortly after he expressed interest in buying in April he started offend the company and twitter shares collapsed.

He complained about what he claimed was Twitter’s poor reporting of spam accounts, although he regularly reported his scores.

On Friday, Musk said he was ending the offer, citing “material breach of several provisions“On the agreement and assertion that Twitter did not respond to multiple requests for information about fake or spam accounts.

Twitter Chairman Brett Taylor said on Friday that the board “pledged to close the deal at a price and terms agreed with Mr. Musk and plans to take legal action to enforce the merger agreement.”

Musk may be on the hook for a $1 billion termination fee even if he convinces the judge to let him out of the deal.

Trump, who himself was once called “delusional artistCNN journalist Farid Zakaria on Saturday encouraged his audience at an Alaska rally to join Truth Social, a social media platform his company has built.