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    Elon Musk Finally Takes Over Twitter, Fires Top Executive Who Banned Trump

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    The Twitter Rollercoaster ride about ownership of the platform came to a conclusion on Thursday following protracted court fights. According to several reports, Elon Musk was successful in becoming the sole owner of the social media behemoth in a historic shakeup of the IT sector, and many Twitter users found his first formal tasks to be exciting.

    The Washington Post stated that the company’s chief executive officer, Parag Agarwal, as well as its top financial officer, Ned Segal, general counsel, Sean Edgett, and director of legal policy, trust, and safety, Vijay Gadde, have been sacked. At the time of writing, neither the executives nor Twitter had released a comment on their leaving.”

    Rueters stated Thursday night with a sneer, “Elon Musk has taken ownership of Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) with brutal efficiency, firing top executives but providing little clarity over how he will achieve the ambitions he has outlined for the influential social media platform.”

    Twitter users rejoiced and created several memes about the event.

    Musk exacted the ultimate vengeance on those who had deleted several patriots off the platform, including President Donald J. Trump, by personally instilling dread in the lady ultimately responsible for hiding Trump from view.

    Trump congratulated Musk and hinted that his account might be restored by Monday.

    Musk’s firing of three of Twitter’s senior executives was one of his first acts as CEO, causing the story to go global. Reuters claimed that at least two executives were dragged out of Twitter’s swanky headquarters on Thursday evening.

    The payback was sweet, as Vijaya Gadde, the very official who barred President Donald J. Trump, was also sacked.

    Earlier in the day, Gadde was observed glaring at Musk as he talked in the company’s Coffee Bar.

    Musk refers to the action as the platform becoming liberated.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    “The deal, initially agreed upon in April, takes Twitter private at $54.20 per share, a roughly $44 billion transaction that the tech mogul has previously attempted to escape over claims that he was misled about the number of spam or “bot” accounts on the platform. As one of his first moves, Musk reportedly fired several top executives, including CEO Parag Agrawal, chief financial officer Ned Segal, and Vijaya Gadde, head of legal policy, trust, and safety, The Washington Post reported,” the Daily Caller reported, adding:

    “Gadde oversaw many content moderation decisions, drawing criticism from conservatives and Republicans for a censorship-heavy approach, and was heavily involved in the decision to kick off former President Donald Trump following the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. CONTINUE READING…

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