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Elon Musk Responds to Trump Calling him a Bulls Artist

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, responded on Twitter on Monday night after former president Donald Trump lambasted him for indicating his intention to back out of his $44 billion purchase of Twitter. Following Trump’s public criticism of Musk, he was referred to as a “Bulls—- artist” during a rally in Anchorage, Alaska. Musk stated on Twitter that he believes Trump should “hang up his hat & sail into the sunset.”

Musk wrote a series of tweets in which he said he “did not dislike” Trump but believed his time in the spotlight as a politician should be over. Additionally, Musk claimed that Democrats were facilitating Trump’s prospective run for president, something that need to stop. Don’t create it such that Trump’s only option for survival is to win the presidency again, said Musk. “Dems should likewise call off the attack.

Then, when a Twitter user questioned Musk about his concerns with Trump’s leadership, Musk said, “Yes, but the drama is too much. Do you really want to be treated like a Bulls in a china shop every day? “The “legal maximum age” to begin a presidential term, according to Musk, should be 69. Musk agreed with another Twitter user who said that the gerontocracy, or the rule of elderly people, is a big problem for the globe. Trump, the former president, is 76 years old.

If he were elected, he would be 78 in 2024 and 82 at the end of a second term. Biden, the president, is 79 years old. If he decides to seek for re-election in 2024, he will be 81 years old, and if he wins, he will serve a second term until he is 86 years old Trump would be 82 at the conclusion of his tenure, which is too elderly to be the leader of any organisation, let alone the United States, said Musk.

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