Donald Trump reportedly asked Elon Musk to buy his social networking site Truth Social

Donald Trump reportedly approached Elon Musk, the visionary entrepreneur known for his involvement with Tesla, SpaceX, and formerly Twitter, with an offer to buy his social media platform, Truth Social. This development was first reported by the Washington Post.

The former US President and Musk allegedly met in Palm Beach, where discussions regarding the potential acquisition took place alongside inquiries about potential financial support for Trump’s political endeavors. However, despite these talks, no agreement was reached between the two parties.

While Elon Musk has publicly expressed conservative views, he has emphasized that he does not endorse any specific political candidate. Notably, Musk had previously acquired X (formerly Twitter) for $444 billion in 2022 during a merger process.

When asked about his conversation with Trump regarding Truth Social, Musk simply stated to The Washington Post that he had never been genuinely interested. The Trump Media and Technology Group has yet to comment on this matter.

In terms of Donald Trump’s wealth, he holds a significant real estate portfolio valued at $3.1 billion. This includes properties in major cities such as New York and San Francisco. In New York alone, Trump’s real estate assets amount to $1.47 billion, with notable properties like Trump Tower and Sixth Avenue among them.

Beyond New York, Trump’s real estate holdings amount to $630 million, spread across locations such as San Francisco and Las Vegas. Additionally, he owns golf courses valued at $550 million, including Mar-a-Lago and Trump National Doral Miami.

His branded businesses generate an income of $170 million, with liquid assets totaling $140 million. Overall, Trump’s personal properties, including cash, residences, and aircraft, have a combined value of $310 million.

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