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Elon Musk tweeted more and more crazy: Now it's Santa Claus' turn

The Tesla boss has only just been irritating with thoughts of resignation. Now Elon Musk is comparing Santa Claus to a bloodthirsty dictator on Twitter.

Austin (USA) – Tesla CEO Elon Musk knows how to generate a lot of attention on Twitter with just a few words. He only just roused his followers (and the rest of the world) when he speculated about swapping the executive chair at the electric car pioneer for a full-time job as an influencer. And now he compares Santa Claus with the Roman dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix. What, in the opinion of Tesla boss Elon Musk, connects Santa Claus with the cruel ruler Sulla, reveals 24auto.de *.

Apparently, Musk is once again hitting the tone that his fans love about him. In any case, the tweet marched to a whopping 100,000 likes just a few hours after posting. The attack on the popular gift messenger will probably not go down well with all Americans and other global citizens. But something like that has never bothered the self-made billionaire much. * 24auto.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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