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Jeff Bezos, the eternal rival of Elon Musk, has already commented on the purchase of Twitter

Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter has caused alarm in many areas and set off alarm bells. Many consider this action of the Tesla strongman to have no clear intentions and that he wants to control what is posted on the social network.

Of course, many have already come forward to submit their doubts and questions, focusing on this work. One of them, Jeff Bezos, took to Twitter to give his opinion and left two questions that could jeopardize Elon Musk and Twitter’s business.

Although not archenemy, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have long been rivals. This turbulent relationship has come to a close in recent years, as business overlaps and ends up putting these two giants head on.

With certainty that the Twitter buyout deal will go ahead, Jeff Bezos has been announced Leave some questions. He used another post by a user of the social network linking the Twitter purchase to China and Elon Musk's business with that country.

Although the matter is not clearly stated, it is very clear what Jeff Bezos wants to make his followers see. It is known that Elon Musk will not directly support $44 billion and is dependent on funding. The big question is finding out its origin and what its weight is on Twitter next.

In later responses, he ended up mitigating the issue and showing confidence that the weight of China in this purchase would be zero. He revealed his confidence in Elon Musk and his decisions, explaining that he is used to managing these complex situations.

Elon Musk wants to manage Twitter so that all censorship is gone and this is a network without restrictions where everyone can say whatever they want. This appears to be the first exercise that has given the floor to Jeff Bezos without criticizing him or stopping him from making the accusations.

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It was never clear Elon Musk's financing sources, which could determine his decisions in the future. Tesla should be one of the guarantees given to the deal so Elon Musk can buy Twitter. The question is to what extent Jeff Bezos is right.