CNN's Oliver Darcy shared the reporting done by the Washington Post that more than a third of the top 100 Twitter advertisers have abandoned the platform.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke with those who are still with the company, reassuring them that his ownership isn’t a “right-wing takeover.”
Blaze TV hosts are reacting to the ongoing controversy involving Twitter as the company has seen mass layoffs under Elon Musk.
On Sunday, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle, one of Musk’s sharpest critics, tweeted that she doesn’t believe Musk is trying to ruin the company.
The suspension of Twitter activity didn’t last long as CBS News’ sent out a statement saying they’ll continue their presence on the platform.
CNN’s Chris Wallace talked with some who knows Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Kara Swisher, who shared her thoughts on the future of Twitter.
“New Twitter policy is freedom of speech, but not freedom of reach,” Musk tweeted.
On Thursday, there was another mass exodus of exits at Twitter as many workers rejected Elon Musk’s terms for staying with the company.
The Tesla CEO summarized that to build “Twitter 2.0,” the social media company would need to be “extremely hardcore.”
"Elon Musk is gonna turn out to be unmasked by Stugotz of all people."