Elon Musk Vows to Unban Trump From Twitter

Elon Musk will remove the ban on former President Donald Trump

if his bid to buy Twitter for $44 billion succeeds, the outspoken entrepreneur said Tuesday.

Speaking at a Financial Times conference, Musk called

Twitter's shutdown of Trump's Twitter account a "morally bad decision."

Twitter, Facebook and other social networks barred Trump

from using their services after the deadly attack on Capitol Hill by Trump supporters in January 2021.

"I think perma-bans fundamentally undermine trust in Twitter as a town square where everyone can voice their opinion,"

Musk said via video chat, adding that temporary suspensions made sense

Trump has said he wouldn't rejoin Twitter if given his account back.