Trump calls Reid Hoffman a “spoiled rich kid who ruins everything” in defense of Elon Musk

Elon Musk’s defending LinkedIn co-founder calls Trump a ‘sick loser’ and ‘a spoiled rich kid who ruins everything he touches’

  • LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman defended Elon Musk and called former President Trump a “fraudster” and “a hardened loser.”
  • The war of words between Trump and Musk began when the ex-president said Musk told him he voted for him and called Musk a “monstrous artist.”
  • Hoffman said Musk has a “track record of success” with SpaceX and Tesla
  • Trump has previously said he could get Musk to “get down on his knees and beg” for subsidies for his “self-driving cars that crash.”

LinkedIn co-founder Reed Hoffman jumps into action to defend fellow billionaire Elon Musk against the former president Donald Trump – calling the former White House occupant a “spoiled rich kid” and “a hardened loser.”

“Elon is the classic story of an immigrant entrepreneur with real success. Started the electric car revolution with Tesla, revived the US rocket industry with /SpaceXstruggle changing of the climate promoting American innovation,” Reid tweeted.

“Trump, OTOH, is a spoiled rich kid who ruins everything he touches. Including the US economy.

The hype began when, during a rally this month in Alaska, Trump branded Must as a “delusional entertainer”, claiming that Musk told him he voted for him – a claim Musk later denied as “unbelievable” on Twitter.

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LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman criticized former President Donald Trump when he recently defended Elon Musk on a Twitter thread.

“The highlight of his career was that he pretended to be a successful entrepreneur on TV shows, instead of being one in real life, like Elon.

“Personally, I support people working to build a better future for America and the world.

“Trump is so fixated on the past that he would rather spread lies, incite rebellion and damage American democracy than admit he lost a fair election.”

“Trump does have a unique achievement: he personally profits from running unprofitable casinos. (He’s great as a con artist.) said Hoffman, who has an estimated net worth of $2 billion.

Hoffman, whose net worth is estimated at $2 billion, called Trump a

Hoffman, whose net worth is estimated at $2 billion, called Trump a “sick loser” this week in a tweet defending Musk.

Hoffman then called Trump’s social media platform Truth Social “another major flop.”

Truth Social has about 2 million users compared to 330 million Twitter users.

Trump, who has over 88 million followers on Twitter, was permanently banned from the social media platform in the immediate aftermath of the January 6 uprising.

Hoffman called Trump a

Hoffman called Trump a “scammer” who profited from money-losing casinos.

“I don’t hate this man, but it’s time for Trump to hang up his hat and head into the sunset,” Musk tweeted in response to the vote announcement.

“Democrats should also call off the attack – don’t make it so that the only way for Trump to survive is to regain the presidency.”

The LinkedIn co-founder also took a swipe at Trump's Truth Social platform, calling it a

The LinkedIn co-founder also took a swipe at Trump’s Truth Social platform, calling it a “massive failure.”

Musk also said Trump’s age of 82 at the end of his second term is “too old to be the chief executive of anything, let alone the United States of America.”

President Biden is older than Trump and will be 86 at the end of his second term.

The SpaceX CEO’s comments reflect his previous criticism of America’s aging political leadership known as the gerontocracy.

He also said that there should be an upper age limit of 69 for anyone starting a presidential term.

During the Alaska rally pictured above, Trump called Musk a

During the Alaska rally pictured above, Trump called Musk a “monstrous artist” and said he could get Musk to “fall on his knees and beg” for federal subsidies for Tesla.

Musk responded then, saying he didn't

Musk responded then, saying he didn’t “hate” Trump, but that it was time for the ex-president to “sail into the sunset” rather than run again in 2024.