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Elon Musk To Step Down As Twitter CEO: “I will resign as CEO as soon as I find someone foolish enough to take the job”

Twitter CEO Elon Musk confirmed he will resign as CEO of Twitter. He said he will stay on and lead the software and servers teams and as he will still own the company he will not allow the new CEO to go back to the platform’s censorship days.

He also voiced displeasure with DC politicians who are rushing to ram through a massive spending bill before the GOP takes the House. Shockingly, Republicans in the Senate are on board because they don’t think the Republicans in the House can govern with such tight margins.

GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer said about Kevin McCarthy’s threat to block Senate R bills if they back the spending bill, “Statements like that and statements coming from House Republicans is the very reason that some Senate Republicans feel they probably should spare them from the burden of having to govern.”

“If we’re successful, we’ll have probably done them a favor,” said Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL). “There probably won’t be much thanks for it.”



Musk said:

“I’m in favor of a small spending bill to keep things running, but common sense suggests that it be the least amount required through the holidays.

“Railroading through a giant spending bill that almost no one has read is unlikely to be in the best interests of the people.

“Whether for or against, please let your elected representatives know what you think about this $1.7 trillion spending bill that they’re trying to pass!

Musk confirmed he will step down as CEO of Twitter when he finds a replacement.

“I will resign as CEO as soon as I find someone foolish enough to take the job! After that, I will just run the software & servers teams.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), said:

“Senator Shelby is doing a good job: he’s secured additional funding for defense, he has repeatedly rejected the enormous increase in domestic discretionary spending.”

“They haven’t asked for my support, why would I feel obligated to vote for that bill?” said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.).


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