Elon Musk ordered Donald Trump to “sail off into the sunset” and called him “a bull in a shop”.

The 51-year-old CEO of Tesla advised the 76-year-old ex-president of the United States to “hang up his hat”, amid the fact that the politician called the founder of SpaceX “another dry artist”.

In response to a Twitter video titled “Donald Trump: Elon Musk Told Me He Voted For Me,” which featured Trump speaking in Alaska, Musk replied, “Not true.”

Musk – the world’s richest man – also tweeted: “I don’t hate the man but it’s time for Trump to hang up his hat and sail off into the sunset.

“Democrats must also stop the attack — stop making the case that the only way for Trump to survive is to take back the presidency.”

Speaking at a rally in Alaska, Trump said: “Elon is not going to buy Twitter. Where have you heard that before? From me. He said the other day, “I’ve never voted Republican.” I said, “I didn’t know that,” and he told me [that] he voted for me. So he’s another f***ing artist.”

US talk show host Joe Peggs tweeted Musk, asking if he had “no problem” with a Trump presidency, listing “tax cuts” and “deregulation” among other achievements.

Musk replied: “Yes, but too much drama. Do we really want a bull to end up in a hardware store every day!?

“I also believe that the legal maximum age for the presidency should be 69.”

This comes after Musk was asked on social media last month who he was “leaning” for in the next election, and he said that the governor of Florida “[Ron] Desantis”.

Trump’s comments also came amid news that Musk, who is worth nearly $225 billion, had backed out of a $44 billion deal with Twitter.

His buyout letter said: “This information is fundamental to Twitter’s business and financial performance and is necessary for completion. Twitter did not provide or refused to provide this information. Twitter sometimes ignored Mr. Musk’s requests, sometimes rejected them for perceived reasons. be unjustified, and at times he claimed to be in compliance by providing incomplete or inappropriate information to Mr. Musk.”

He claimed to have made “numerous additional inquiries” but claimed they were all unreasonable and argued that Twitter was “defaulting” on its obligations, giving him the right to cancel the deal.

The letter concluded: “Accordingly, for all of these reasons, Mr. Musk hereby exercises the right of X Holdings I, Inc. terminate the Merger Agreement and withdraw from the transaction contemplated by it, and this letter is a formal notice to X Holding I, the termination of the Merger Agreement Inc.”.

Musk said in May that he would “reverse” the current ban on Trump’s Twitter, which was put in place following the riots at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, after Trump tweeted allegations of vote-rigging during his battle against Joe Biden for the US presidency.

At the time, Musk said: “I would reverse the permanent ban.

“I really think it was wrong to ban Donald Trump. I believe it was a mistake. It pushed the country away and didn’t result in Donald Trump not having the right to vote.”


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