But the veteran conservative commentator said he had a concern about the Tesla CEO’s takeover of the platform.
“I’m afraid this is the only caveat I will give, if Donald Trump keeps insisting he won’t be on Twitter and chooses to be on TRUTH, I think Elon Musk would have paid too much for Twitter,” Rivera said. prime time host Sean Hannity.
Twitter “with Trump is a much more exotic product, it seems to me, than the other way around,” the expert added.
Trump has been permanently banned from the platform following his incitement to the deadly US Capitol riot on January 6, 2021. Musk’s acquisition has sparked speculation that Trump may return to the site.
However, the former president has vowed not to return to Twitter and to remain alone on his own seemingly failing network, TRUTH Social, on which he has not posted since February.