Elon Musk challenges Biden’s staffers to give Joe his Twitter password and let him tweet for himself

"Please, I’m begging you!" 

On Saturday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk begged for White House staffers to give President Joe Biden the password to his Twitter account, implying that the president doesn't write his tweets. 

In response to a tweet by the president calling on "the super-wealthy" to "start paying their fair share," Musk joked, "Please give him the password, so he can do his own tweets. Please, I’m begging you!" 

"In all seriousness, I agree that we should make elaborate tax-avoidance schemes illegal, but acting upon that would upset a lot of donors, so we will see words, but no action," he continued. "Those who will actually be forced to carry the burden of excess government spending are lower to middle-income wage earners, as they cannot escape payroll tax."

"It would be so entertaining to see him actually Tweet," Twitter personality ALX wrote in response. 

In December, Five Times August made a similar implication, suggesting the president has his staff write his tweets for him. The POTUS account wrote, "Folks, where is it written that America can’t lead the world in manufacturing? Well, we are now." 

"I love that the reality of this tweet is that your internet team of young girls is writing words like 'Folks' while pretending to be a senile old man who believes he's doing a good job as President. It's some kind of weird Inception situation," Five Times August responded. 

In a follow-up tweet with screenshots of accounts claiming to be from the White House Digital Strategy team, he wrote, "This is who’s pretending to be Joe Biden online every day," along with a laughing emoji. 

Since President Biden took office, questions about his cognitive ability and fitness for office have frequently come up. Many feel his constant gaffs don't help the administration's case. 

On Friday, for the second time, Biden made mention of someone who has passed away as if they are still alive. During a speech in Connecticut, he closed with, "Alright, God save the queen, man," while the queen of England passed away on September 8, 2022. 

In September, he looked for Representative Jackie Walorski in a speech at a White House event after she was tragically killed in a car accident a month prior. "Jackie are you here? Where's Jackie?" Biden asked. 
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