Elon Musk says no decision yet on Trump's Twitter ban as he reinstates others
Twitter CEO Elon Musk said Friday he was bringing back three high-profile accounts that had been suspended for breaking the service's rules, but he said he
Twitter CEO Elon Musk said Friday he was bringing back three high-profile accounts that had been suspended for breaking the service's rules, but he said he hadn't made a decision about former President Donald Trump's account.
"Trump decision has not yet been made," Musk said in a tweet, as Twitter users braced for sweeping changes on the service that Musk bought three weeks ago.
Musk said he was bringing back comedian Kathy Griffin, academic Jordan Peterson and conservative satire site Babylon Bee.
The Babylon Bee said in March that Twitter had suspended its account over how the site had described a trans woman serving in the Biden administration — treatment that Twitter said at the time amounted to prohibited "hateful conduct." The site's CEO said then that he got a call from Musk expressing concern.
Peterson was also suspended over a tweet attacking a trans person, while Griffin was suspended for impersonating Musk.