Ask the 46-year-old businessman, “Do you think Musk is the ‘best solution’?” question was posed. Answering “no”, Dorsey said:
“I don’t think he acted right after realizing his timing was bad, nor that the board should have forced the sale. Everything went wrong.”
Dorsey argued that companies like Twitter “could be sold to the highest bidder” and that the board had no choice but to accept Musk’s offer:
“Was I optimistic? Yes. Did I have the last word? No. I wish the board hadn’t forced the sale.”
Dorsey stated that Musk should pay the $1 billion fine and withdraw from the deal.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk made numerous changes to the platform after purchasing Twitter in October 2022.
In the first days of the era, more than 3,700 employees were laid off or left.
The blue tick, which means a verified account, has been made paid.
Previously closed accounts of people, including former US President Donald Trump and rapper Kanye West, were opened.
“Elon, the only solution I trust”
Dorsey supported Musk in a statement he made during the purchase process in April 2022.
Saying that the platform should be taken back from Wall Street, Dorsey evaluated Musk’s offer as an important step on this path and said, “Elon is the only solution I trust.”