“It’s an interesting proposal.” According to the U.S. Consumer News and Business Channel, on February 15th local time, Kremlin spokesman Peskov replied in response to Tesla CEO Musk’s invitation to Putin to join Clubhouse on Twitter.
“We must first figure out the situation.
Everyone knows that President Putin does not use social media directly.
He does not run a social media account himself.
Overall, this is an interesting proposal,” Peskov said, but we must also understand what it means, the details of the proposal, etc.
On the 14th, Musk tweeted, inviting Russian President Putin to have a dialogue in Clubhouse and circled the Twitter account of the Russian Kremlin.
Musk also tweeted in Russian, “It would be a great honor to talk to you (Putin).
It is reported that Clubhouse is an audio-based social network.
Driven by Musk and other celebrities, Clubhouse’s popularity has recently soared, becoming a new social “popular fried chicken”.