Elon Musk says that he doesn’t “stand by all the tweets I’ve ever done” in a new interview with Bloomberg Businessweek.
“Some of them were definitely extremely dumb,” Musk told his biographer, Ashlee Vance.
Musk is known for being a prolific and, occasionally, reckless tweeter. In 2018, he tweeted that he had the “funding secured” to take Tesla private, which sparked a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation that resulted in a $40 million fine.
More recently, Musk has tweeted his displeasure about how the coronavirus crisis was handled by US state governments, calling the response to the outbreak a “panic” and “dumb.”
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Elon Musk is known for being a prolific and, oftentimes, controversial tweeter. But even the Tesla and SpaceX CEO doesn’t stand by every tweet he’s ever sent.
In a new interview with his biographer, Ashlee Vance, in Bloomberg Businessweek, Musk discussed his recent behavior on Twitter, which has veered into dangerous territory. When Vance asked Musk why he tweets at all, Musk responded that “it’s a means of communicating directly to the people without having to go through the press,” but that “it’s hard to make everyone happy, especially on …read more
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