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Elon Musk Says Trump Should “Sail Into the Sunset” Instead of Running in 2024


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Elon Musk said Donald Trump is “too much drama” and should “sail into the sunset” instead of running for president in 2024.

Musk predicted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis would easily defeat Joe Biden in 2024 and wouldn’t even have to campaign.

In a series of tweets, Musk pointed to Trump’s future age at the end of his potential 2nd term (82) and wrote, “that’s too old to be chief executive of anything, let alone the United States of America.”

Bloomberg reported:

This marks the first time Musk, who’s also CEO of US government contractor Space Exploration Technologies Corp., has said Trump should forgo another campaign. In an interview with Bloomberg News last month, Musk said he was undecided when asked if he’d back Trump, who has strongly hinted at another run.

Musk, 51, has been increasingly vocal about his leanings the last few months after tweeting in September last year that he preferred to stay out of politics. His latest musings were in response to criticism Trump directed at him this past weekend at a rally in Alaska.

Trump Throws Jab At Elon Musk During Rally

The New York Post added:

While DeSantis has been talked about as a potential challenger to Trump, he has given no indication he plans to run. Polls show Trump defeating any Republican for the GOP nomination in 2024.

Another Trump supporter tweeted that Musk’s response “makes no sense” and proceeded to run down a list of several of Trump’s accomplishments during his first four years in office.

“What — on policy — did you have an issue with?” the pro-Trump Twitter user asked.

“Yeah, but too much drama,” according to Musk.

Trump called Musk a “bulls–t artist” as he stumped for Republican midterm candidates in Anchorage, Alaska, Saturday night.

Trump, 76, told supporters he predicted the world’s richest man would not go through with buying Twitter as he bashed the platform that banned him and promoted his Truth Social social media company.

Musk, 51, backed out of a $44 billion deal to buy the company Friday after he claimed it failed to provide information about its fake accounts.

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