Elon Musk said the advertising boycott could “kill the company,” but it wouldn’t be his fault.
Linda Yaccarino had a pretty upbeat assessment of an interview in which the company's billionaire owner told advertisers to "go f**k yourself."
The billionaire said the advertising boycott could see X fail, but that it would not be his fault.
The post is the second Pizzagate-related missive in a little over a week from the X chairman.
The CNN host’s interview with Rachel Goldberg, whose son was kidnapped by Hamas, took a briefly humorous turn.
“We are dealing here with an utterly clear political project to push aside democracy," Anne Hidalgo wrote.
“I refuse to endorse this evil scheme,” wrote Anne Hidalgo.
In an age of deepfakes, post-truth and artificial intelligence, the word of the year is “authentic.”
The billionaire will meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Isaac Herzog as part of his trip.
The social media platform has filed a suit against Media Matters, which claimed that the company was displaying ads next to pro-Nazi posts.