Elon Musk’s Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.

Elon Musk's Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.
Elon Musk's Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr./Reuters
Elon Musk's Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.
Elon Musk's Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr./Reuters

Elon Musk’s Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.

Elon Musk’s Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.

Elon Musk’s Platform Plans Live Town Halls with Trump and RFK Jr.

Elon Musk’s platform, X, is set to host live town hall events featuring former President Donald Trump and independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., according to the Wall Street Journal. While a date for the event has not been finalized, Kennedy confirmed his participation during an appearance on NewsNation, stating that Musk offered the platform for the event.

The town hall events are part of Musk’s broader effort to establish X as a center for political discourse. X will collaborate with NewsNation to broadcast the events live on both platforms. Users of X will have the opportunity to submit questions for the candidates during the town hall format, with X currently planning such events exclusively for presidential candidates.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that Trump is considering appointing Elon Musk as an advisor for his potential White House run in the 2024 Presidential elections. Although specifics have not been finalized, discussions between Trump and Musk have centered around the possibility of Musk providing “formal input” on various matters such as the border, economy, and combating voting fraud.

According to the New York Post, Musk and Trump have been increasing their interactions, with the two reportedly speaking on the phone “several times a month.” Additionally, Musk and billionaire investor Nelson Peltz have engaged with Trump regarding Musk’s campaign launched in November aimed at persuading corporate executives not to support President Biden.

(Inputs from CNN)

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