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Donald Trump shocks Elon Musk, not interested in returning to Twitter

Former US President Donald Trump has said that he is not interested in returning to the microblogging site Twitter. Last year, Trump was banned from Twitter on charges of inciting violence. Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk conducted a poll to restore Trump’s account. In this, more than 52 percent people have voted in favor of Trump.

After this Musk Tweet Kar had said, “The people have raised their voices. Trump will be reinstated.” Trump’s Twitter account had more than 88 million followers at the beginning of last year. When asked at a Republican Party meeting about Trump’s return to Twitter, he said, “I don’t see any reason for that.” He told that he will continue with his app Truth Social. This app has been developed by his startup Trump Media & Technology Group. Trump has started trying to become the President of America again. He has praised Musk. However, along with this he said that there is a problem of bots and fake accounts on Twitter.

Queries sent to Twitter remained unanswered. Musk has been making major changes since buying Twitter. After taking over Twitter, he removed the top management of the company and laid off almost half of the staff. This week, he can again expel a large number of workers from the company.

Recently, Musk gave a message to the staff of Twitter. He had asked the workers to decide whether they want to work for more hours in the company or resign with three months’ severance pay. For this the staff was asked to click on a link. It was written in this link to confirm that ‘you want to be a part of the new Twitter’. Workers who do not click this link will be considered as resignation from the company. After this, many workers from the technical division of the company had decided to resign. Earlier, Musk had banned workers’ work from home or work from remote location.


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