Musk says Trump ought to ‘sail into the sundown’
Tesla’s CEO believes the previous president is ‘too outdated’ to hunt re-election and produces ‘an excessive amount of drama’
Former US President Donald Trump ought to drop his potential bid to hunt re-election in 2024 and “sail into the sundown” as a substitute, Tesla CEO Elon Musk mentioned on Tuesday.
In a tweet responding to a clip of Trump calling him “one other bulls*** artist,” Musk mentioned that he doesn’t hate him, however the ex-President has “to hold up his hat and sail into the sundown.” The “Dems also needs to name off the assault – and don’t make it in order that Trump’s solely strategy to survive is to regain the presidency,” he added.
I don’t hate the person, however it’s time for Trump to hold up his hat & sail into the sundown.
Dems also needs to name off the assault – don’t make it in order that Trump’s solely strategy to survive is to regain the Presidency.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 12, 2022
He additionally reminded that Trump, 76, could be 82 at finish of the time period, an age “too outdated to be chief govt of something, not to mention the USA of America.”
“If DeSantis runs in opposition to Biden in 2024, then DeSantis will simply win – he doesn’t even must marketing campaign,” Musk identified, referring to the Florida governor, who could turn into one other potential nominee and Trump’s attainable primary Republican rival. Earlier Musk hinted that he was leaning in direction of supporting DeSantis within the primaries.
When requested by a Twitter person what he disliked about Trump presidency, Musk replied that he wasn’t snug with “an excessive amount of drama.” Including “Do we actually desire a bull in a china store state of affairs each single day!?” He additionally tweeted that the authorized most age for the beginning of a presidential time period needs to be 69.
Musk’s feedback come after the previous US President claimed that whereas the Tesla CEO beforehand informed him that he had voted for him, he later backpedaled, saying that he had by no means voted for a Republican.