“If you believe in free speech on your platform, let’s talk openly on Twitter Spaces. People have a few questions and a few recommendations,” Johnson tweeted.
His invitation was in response to an earlier tweet from Musk on Tuesday saying that “the extreme antibody reaction from those who fear free speech says it all” after his acquisition of the site.
“Let’s have a conversation about our democracy,” Johnson said in another tweet.
The Tesla CEO on Monday reached an agreement with Twitter to purchase the company for approximately $44 billion.
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SOURCE: The Hill, Monique Beals