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Money: The pro-Trump Mike Lindell asks Elon Musk to put his Twitter account in place

Twitter: insulting messages Elon Musk projected on the headquarters of the company

 Twitter: insulting messages Elon Musk projected on the headquarters of the company on one of them, one could read: "Elon Musk: mediocre child, megalomaniac, baby bankruptcy" © Noah Shepherd/ AP/SIPA The atmosphere is very tense at Twitter since the acquisition of the social network by Elon Musk, which has already dismissed half of the employees of the platform. Revenge - On one of them, one could read: "Elon Musk: poor man -child, megalomaniac, bankrupt baby" since his acquisition of the blue bird, the billionaire Elon Musk has dismissed more half of the employees.

The American businessman was banished from the platform before creating a second account in order to avoid banishment.

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Mile Lindell, Fervent supporter of Donald Trump and follower of conspiracy theories, called Elon Musk to replace his Twitter account.

The American businessman was banished from the platform before creating a second account to avoid banishment.

Lindell, who founded the company My Pillow, addressed himself directly to the new boss of the social network in order to ask him to review his ban.

He said, "Why don't you call me or don't contact me?" I tried to join you many times. I was banished from Twitter because I had the evidence to save this country and overthrow an election.

The richest man on the planet recently delivered Donald Trump's account in place on Twitter after inviting users to vote for his return.

The former American president had been banished from the social network following the events of the Capitol in January 2021.

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