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Elon Musk made a loud statement about the fate of Twitter

This time, Musk decided to shock the public with his question and asked if he should leave the post of CEO of Twitter.

This time, Musk decided to shock the public with his question and asked if he should leave the post of CEO of Twitter.

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Billionaire Elon Musk has loved voting since day one when he bought Twitter. He asked users whether Apple should notify customers of censorship or whether Julian Assange and Edward Snowden should be pardoned. This time, Musk decided to shock the public with his question and asked if he should leave the post of CEO of Twitter. This vote surprised employees and top management of the company.

“I will obey the results of the poll,” promised Musk, who bought the social network in October for $44 billion.

By the end of the voting for Elon Musk to leave the chair of the executive director, 17.5 million people voted – more than 57%.

Every day since the change of ownership of Twitter, journalists follow Musk’s every move. Criticism and condemnation was caused by the decision of the businessman to establish rather harsh working conditions, and then fire almost half of the employees of the social network. The proposal of the founder of Tesla to ban Twitter users from sharing links to their accounts on competing platforms, including Facebook or Instagram, caused a mixed reaction.

However, even if the billionaire decides to leave his post, this does not mean that he will refuse to make key decisions on the future fate of the platform or even sell it. Moreover, the question remains of who will replace Musk.

“No one wants to work for those who really support Twitter. There is no successor,” the billionaire warned in his microblog.

The businessman promised to think about leaving the post of executive director a month ago. He then told a Delaware judge that he planned to cut back on his time on Twitter and eventually find someone to take the helm of the platform.

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