Lawyer Who Predicted Musk’s Twitter Bid Makes A New Prediction On His Next Move

The board of directors for the social media giant Twitter, headquartered in San Francisco, left, is resisting efforts by Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk to buy the company outright. Musk, pictured at a Creative Artists Agency pre-Oscars party in West Hollywood in March, isn' giving up. (Michael Vi / Shutterstuck ; Randy Shropshire / Getty Images for CAA)


Three days before Elon Musk announced his offer to buy 100 percent of Twitter’s shares, Aron Solomon correctly predicted the self-made billionaire would make such a move “within days.”

Solomon, the chief legal analyst for Esquire Digital, did as much in an interview with The Western Journal in which Solomon laid out what a potential Musk “Twitter endgame” would look like.

Now, Solomon has a new prediction — what Musk’s critical “Plan B” will be should his current move to purchase Twitter end in failure.

On Thursday, during a TED2022 conference in Vancouver merely hours after Musk announced his groundbreaking bid to take over the social media giant, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO was asked if there was a “Plan B” ready if the Twitter board rejected his proposal.

“There is,” Musk said.

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