AUSTIN, Texas – Several people in Austin weighed in on whether former President Trump should rejoin Twitter if Elon Musk allows him.
“Yes, I believe that he must be back [on] Twitter,” Adiba told Fox News. “He has his own opinions, so I would really like to listen to about him, too.”
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But one other person disagreed.
“It might be a difficulty because he does generally tend to spread false information,” one man told Fox News, though he added that he considered Trump’s tweets “more entertaining than anything.”
Before finalizing his purchase of Twitter, Musk said he “would reverse the everlasting ban” on Trump. The previous president, who was kicked off Twitter for tweets he posted during and after the Capitol riot in January 2021, said he would not rejoin the social media giant since he now has his own platform, Truth Social.
Twitter accepted Musk’s $44 billion bid to accumulate the corporate in April.
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“I do not think he would come back since now he has his own social media,” one woman told Fox News. “I believe it might type of be like bad marketing for his own social media platform if he did that.”
“And ’cause his whole thing is that he’s a extremely smart businessman, I do not think that is a sensible business move,” she added.
But one other woman said it might be “great” if Trump modified his mind.
Former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account was “permanently suspended” in January 2021.
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“I feel like everyone must have a freakin’ voice,” she said.
One woman said: “He will be on the platform. So long as they’re still gonna look into his account and be sure his tweets are appropriate, then I do not see why not.”
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