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Elon Musk Trolls Himself For Breaking Vow About Political Comments

© AP Photo / Patrick PleulTesla CEO Elon Musk attends the opening of the Tesla factory Berlin Brandenburg in Gruenheide, Germany on March 22, 2022.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk attends the opening of the Tesla factory Berlin Brandenburg in Gruenheide, Germany on March 22, 2022. - Sputnik India, 1920, 06.01.2023
Elon Musk has been in the spotlight for his recent steps regarding Twitter, including the decision to revoke its previous ban on political advertising on the platform.
The Twitter boss has trolled himself for breaking his vow to steer clear from making political statements.
"No more political comments for me now that I've shot off both my feet," Twitter chief executive Elon Musk tweeted in 2013.
However, in subsequent years, he seems not to have kept his word.
Acknowledging this, he declared that some habits were difficult to drop.

"Some habits are hard to break, lol. Maybe I should just get bulletproof shoes," he wrote on Friday morning.

His confession divided opinion among netizens - some advised him to stay away from politics but others praised him for the changes he’s made to Twitter.
"Yeah, save the politics for when you get to Mars. You can be president there," a user said on Twitter.
"Well, one thing is for sure. You managed to unite Republicans and Democrats against you when you suggested McCarthy for Speaker! That is no small feat!," another commented.
"No, just stop with the political posts and focus on building the backend of Twitter. That's what you do best," a third added.
"What is Elon actually up to? What is worth $44 billion? Why is he suddenly pretending to be a journalist and a centrist while droning on about the ‘woke mind virus’ and platforming right-wing psychos and playing footsie with conspiracy theories? Is this just a really lonely dude?" a fourth wondered.
The Tesla and SpaceX founder has been under particular scrutiny ever since he shelled out $44Bln to buy Twitter.

Among Musk's many controversial decisions on Twitter was the reinstatement of accounts of former US president Donald Trump and rapper Kanye West, both of whom were suspended from the highly influential messaging app for sharing their inflammatory views about a particular community.
Beginning this week, Twitter will also witness a return of political advertising on the microblogging platform as the San Francisco-based company looks to increase its revenues.