Elon Musk,has defended his contentious presence on social media, asserting his right to express himself freely even if it results in financial consequences.
This comes in response to accusations of antisemitism following his tweet about George Soros, which drew criticism from the Israeli government.
The tweet was seen as perpetuating unfounded conspiracy theories about the Jewish philanthropist.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC, Musk denied holding any antisemitic beliefs.
During the interview, he also expressed his disapproval of remote work, deeming it “morally wrong,” and voiced criticism towards OpenAI, a competing technology company.