Elon Musk Restores Donald Trump’s Tweets on Twitter Following the conclusion of a vote on his Twitter account, in which more than 51% of users favored restoring Donald Trump’s account.
The nearly two-year-old Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk ban on former president Donald Trump’s account was lifted over the weekend, allowing Trump to return to the service if he so chooses.
After running a 24-hour vote asking users if the former president’s account should be restored, Musk, who recently acquired Twitter, restored Trump’s account.
More than 15 million Twitter users participated in Musk’s poll, according to The Blaze. According to the results, 51.8% of users supported Trump’s reinstatement, while 48.2% dissented.
As Musk tweeted, the people have spoken.”Trump will regain his position.” “Vox Populi et Dei”
Vox Populi, Vox Dei, which translates from Latin as “the voice of the people is the voice of God,”
Trump became the first contender in the contest last week after announcing his third bid for the White House in the 2024 election.
Trump declared his candidacy for president of the United States last Tuesday during a live speech at his Mar-a-Lago club. “I am launching my candidacy tonight in order to make America great and glorious again,” he said.
On Saturday, he virtually attended the Republican Jewish Coalition gathering in Las Vegas. Trump refused to use Twitter again once his account was restored when asked if he would.
He answered, “I don’t see it because I don’t see any justification for it.”
Trump claims he won’t go back to Twitter and will instead stick with Truth Social, a website he started earlier this year.
The former president claimed that Twitter has “a lot of problems,” adding that Truth Social’s participation is “far better.”
He also praised Musk and agreed with his acquisition of Twitter.
Along with Trump, Musk has restored the Twitter accounts of The Babylon Bee, Jordan Peterson, Kathy Griffin, James Lindsay, and Project Veritas, among others, over the weekend.