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Elon Musk’s praise continues: Trump says Twitter is in “the hands of a wise man”

Former US President Donald Trump praised the acquisition of billionaire Elon Musk on Twitter and said that the social network from which he was suspended in January last year for inciting violence, It is now “in the hands of a sane person” and not “the lunatic of the radical left”.

Musk, in his first statement as Twitter owner, assured that suspending the former president’s account was a “silly decision” and announced that he would allow him to reopen his profile.

In his congratulatory message, Trump recommended the South African tycoon that “Work hard to get rid of all the automated and fake accounts that do so much damage.” From his point of view, the result would be the appearance of a new Twitter, “smaller, but better.”

“I’m so glad Twitter Now in the hands of a wise man and is no longer run by Radical leftists and lunatics who really hate our countryTrump wrote in a message published on his Truth social platform.

Trump promoted the platform following his expulsion from Twitter on January 8, 2021, two days after the attack on the Capitol launched by several of his supporters after protesting the outcome of the November 2020 presidential election, in which he called President Joe Biden. achieved victory.

Former President Trump has also taken the opportunity to applaud the results that Truth Social, a network that “It has become a phenomenon since last week” By recording, according to his words, “Best Number” Compared to the giants of digital interactions like “TikTok, Twitter, Facebook and others”.

“Now it looks better and it’s more pleasing to the eye,” Trump said of the Truth Social look. “I love the truth!” Ends the message of the former US President.

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