Jack Dorsey assures that he will not be the CEO of Twitter again, even if Elon Musk asks for it

Jack Dorsey would not be CEO of Twitter again even if Elon Musk asked him to. The co-founder of the company comes out to cut the rumors about it.

Although Dorsey has been consistent in his support for many of Musk’s projects with Twitter, He thinks that his time within the company has passed.

Musk offered $44 billion for Twitter, and is still awaiting partner approval.

Charles Wieand, a youtuber, posted on the birdie’s network a prediction about the arrival of Musk and the request that Dorsey return to be the CEO of the company.

Dorsey’s response: “Nah, I’ll never be CEO again.”

In another response, he noted that “nobody, ultimately,” should be the company’s CEO. For The Verge, he is perhaps referring to Bluesky, a project that would turn the microblogging platform into a decentralized protocol rather than a traditional social network.

The probable reason for the rumors of the return of Jack Dorsey

Dorsey, along with Evan Williams, Biz Stone and Noah Glass, founded Twitter in 2006. The St. Louis, Missouri native was its first CEO, a position he held until 2008. In 2011 he returned to the chair, resigning definitively in 2021.

Parag Agrawal took over as CEO of the company.

Rumors about Dorsey’s reinstatement they are based on the multiple occupations of Elon Musk: head of SpaceX and Tesla, he would not have enough time for the helm of Twitter.

Therefore, who better than an old acquaintance to do it?

Dorsey supports Elon Musk in returning Trump’s account

Dorsey has shown his support for several measures proposed by Musk, including giving former President Donald Trump back his Twitter account.

The company’s former CEO, who was at the helm when the decision was made to punish Trump for driving the attack on Capitol Hill in 2021, said:

“I agree. There are exceptions (CSE, illegal behavior, spam or network manipulation, etc.), but usually permanent bans are our fault and don’t work.”

“It was a business decision,” to suspend Trump permanently, “it shouldn’t be. And we must always review our decisions and evolve, as necessary. I say in that thread and I continue to believe that permanent bans of individuals are directionally wrong.”

However, Trump rejected the possibility of returning to Twitter, since he formed his own network, called Truth Social.

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