Elon Musk and Tucker Carlson Share a Laugh Over Musk Calling the New York Times Twitter Feed ‘Diarrhea’ in the Latest Interview Preview

In the latest interview preview released today, Elon Musk and Tucker Carlson shared a laugh over Musk calling the New York Times “diarrhea.”

In a clip shared by Carlson in a tweet, he began, “You stripped the New York Times of their badge and then you called them diarrhea.”

“You did, you did, I’m just quoting you. You described their Twitter feed as diarrhea,” Carlson continued as Musk burst into laughter.

“I said it was the Twitter equivalent of diarrhea,” Musk noted as Carlson interjected, “Ok, it’s not literally diarrhea.”

“No, it’s a metaphor,” Musk mused.

The tweet from Musk was made on April 2 as he said at the time, “The real tragedy of @NYTimes is that their propaganda isn’t even interesting.”

“Also, their feed is the Twitter equivalent of diarrhea. It’s unreadable. They would have far more real followers if they only posted their top articles. Same applies to all publications,” Musk explained.

A clip that was shared yesterday in a tweet showed Musk discussing the level at which government agencies had access to what was happening at Twitter prior to his purchase of the social media company.

Carlson asked him if they had access to DM’s and Musk confirmed that they did, “The degree to which various government agencies effectively had full access to everything that was going on at Twitter blew my mind.”

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