Elon Twitter Deal BACK ON! Could Trump Be On Twitter Soon??

Elon Musk made an offer on Tuesday to purchase the social media network Twitter, and as part of that deal, the account of former President Donald Trump might be reactivated in time for the midterm elections.

Musk sent a letter to Twitter executives in which he proposed purchasing the firm at a price of $54.20 per share. This would have given Twitter a value of $44 billion and caused a jump in stock prices of up to 22%. Twitter's management has stated that they aim to go ahead and finish the deal, despite the fact that Musk has been fighting Twitter in court over his prior effort to cancel the offer due to a disagreement regarding the platform's actual number of users. CNBC was told by its sources that the acquisition might go through as soon as this coming Friday.

Musk announced earlier this year that he would reverse Trump's decision to ban him from using Twitter. This decision was made as a result of Musk's alleged involvement in the disturbances that happened on January 6 at the United States Capitol. Musk reiterated his position by stating, I think that was a mistake because it alienated a significant section of the country, and did not ultimately result in Donald Trump not having a voice. He went on to call the choice "morally awful, and he clarified that he would remove the permanent ban.

After the events of January 6, Trump unveiled his very own social media site, which he called Truth Social. On Tuesday, the shares of the special-purpose acquisition company that is aiming to bring Trump Media and Technology Group, the firm that owns Truth Social, to the public markets fell by 5%. The former commander in chief has reportedly stated in the past that he will "not go back to Twitter and that he will instead continue using his own network, which is said to have had a dismal launch.

As Trump prepares to return to mainstream social media, the possibility exists that the midterm elections could be thrown into disarray as a result. According to the BBC's analysis, 192 of his backed candidates won their primaries. However, some nominees in battleground states have since tried to distance themselves from Trump.

Musk, who is also the chief executive officer of SpaceX and Tesla, has underlined the importance of empowering users' right to free expression on social media. Musk claimed the following when he made his first bid to buy the company: I also want to make Twitter better than it has ever been by expanding the platform with additional features, making the algorithms open source to boost trust, destroying the spam bots, and authenticating all people. He said that the extreme antibody reaction from those who fear free expression says it all.

Both sides of the merger litigation recently took depositions of Jack Dorsey, who served as the former CEO of Twitter. The trial regarding this matter was originally slated to take place on October 17 of this year. Dorsey has known Musk for a long time and considers him a close friend. He has said that the world's richest man and his mission to expand the light of consciousness is the single solution that he trusts to run Twitter.

Musk said that the platform's renewed emphasis on free speech would not imply that users would have unrestricted access to say anything that is illegal or detrimental to the world, despite the fact that he believes permanent bans should be incredibly unusual and basically reserved for accounts that are bots, or scam, spam accounts.

A huge majority of Twitter shareholders have already given their blessing to the merger, and Elon Musk, who owns 9.6% of Twitter shares, is the largest stakeholder in the firm. Twitter's earnings for the second quarter came in at a loss of $0.08 per share, which was far lower than the $0.14 gain per share that experts had anticipated.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Daily Wire.

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