Twitter’s proposed access is an attempt to rebuff Musk’s attempts to utilize the spam bot problem to cast doubt on the agreement’s future.
"There are nearly 800 sports talk radio stations in this country... which equates to thousands of hours of potential interesting content just quietly vanishing into the...
"Gio appeared on Tiki and Tierney on Monday and talked about the proposition he offered his colleague."
Musk accuses Twitter of refusing to give him details regarding its spam bot and fake accounts.
“I got tired of leaning on other people for my own self-value and that was a hard thing to come to terms with."
Twitter doesn’t plan on backing down from the agreement even as Musk attempts to cast doubt about the number of fake accounts on the platform.
"In times of crisis, misleading information can undermine public trust and cause further harm to already vulnerable communities," Twitter said in a statement.
Cramer stated on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that Musk is “stuck” buying Twitter and won’t be able to get out of his agreement.
“The board and Mr. Musk agreed to a transaction at $54.20 per share,” Twitter’s board said to The Times.
Musk tweeted that a deal cannot move forward” without “proof” for a fake account estimate earlier revealed by the company.