Elon Musk has again said he will step down as Twitter’s CEO

Elon Musk has again announced that he will be stepping down from his position as CEO of Twitter, reaffirming his intent already expressed over a month ago. The main difference is that he can now pretend the decision is based on the results of a Twitter poll.

“I will step down as CEO as soon as I find someone stupid enough to do the job!” Musk tweeted on Tuesday. “After that, I’ll just lead the software and server teams.”

The tweet was in response to a Twitter poll Musk conducted earlier this week asking if he should step down as CEO of the company. Over 17.5 million votes were cast, with a majority of 57.5 percent approving.

Musk also tweeted repeatedly this week about the difficulty of both the work itself and from to find the right person Therefore.

Musk may pretend to obey people’s decision by retiring, but in reality that was always his plan. The billionaire made his intentions to step down back in November when he told a Delaware court he wanted to reduce his time on Twitter and eventually install a new CEO. He then confirmed this via Twitter, write“I will continue to run Twitter until it’s in a strong place, which will take time.”

Musk had taken a stand to defend his 2018 compensation package at Tesla, which totaled more than $50 billion, stressing that his role on Twitter is temporary.

There’s still no indication of when exactly Musk might step down, though it looks like he’ll be digging his claws into Twitter to post ill-considered updates and mess with the servers. Now it’s just a matter of waiting to see which poor soul will inherit Musk’s mess and inevitably become the scapegoat for all the problems he created.

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Zack Zwiezen

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