The businessman noted that the decision to block the ex-U.S. president was “bad from a moral point of view.”
Former U.S. President Donald Trump will have the opportunity to return to Twitter. This was announced on Tuesday by American entrepreneur Elon Musk, who is acquiring a social network.
“Permanent blockages should be incredibly rare and relate to the accounts of bots, scammers and spammers <…> I think it was wrong to block [the account of] Donald Trump,” said the businessman, speaking at a conference organized by the British newspaper Financial Times. He added that the decision to block, which was “bad from a moral point of view” and “alienated [from the social network] a huge part of the country,” will be reviewed.
Musk also indicated that he intends to transform Twitter’s image as a platform dominated by far-left political views. “This does not allow building trust among the rest of the audience in the United States and possibly in other parts of the world,” he said.