CBS suspended his work on Twitter

The American network “CBS” has announced that it will temporarily suspend the use of the social network Twitter, in light of the ambiguity surrounding Elon Musk’s management of the famous site.

The network is considered one of prime major media entities to withdraw from Twitter following threats from Musk’s critics to leave the platform after he takes over management.

The US network confirmed the move during Friday’s episode of “Evening News” with Norah O’Donnell, according to “Fox News.”

The episode kicked off with the network’s reports of the mass resignations of employees offended by Musk’s ultimatum earlier this week.

The US billionaire sent an email to all employees, asking them to commit in an “extremely demanding” workload or to leave the company.

The ultimatum, as many outraged people called it, prompted a backlash from employees who attacked the company under Musk, with some calling it “hell.”

The chaos that followed Musk’s email, as well as the general vitriol that resulted from his assumption of the reins of the company, did not meet the expectations of the US network.

During a segment titled “Twitter Turmoil,” network reporter Jonathan Vigliotti said, “Tonight, with questions about the future of Twitter in rise, Musk doesn’t have a plan.”

The paragraph included a quote from a disgruntled former engineer who was fired, and the engineer said that Twitter’s culture under Musk is “a culture of fear, uncertainty and anxiety.”

Halfway through the clip, Vigliotti reported on the network’s decision to temporarily suspend the use of Twitter.

“In light of the uncertainty surrounding Twitter and out of an abundance of caution, the network is suspending its activity on the Twitter site. social networking while continuing to monitor the platform,” he said.

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