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Jack Dorsey says he has no plans to help Elon Musk run Twitter

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted on Wednesday that he will "never be CEO again," even if Elon Musk asks him to help run the company.

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Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
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Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted on Wednesday that he will "never be CEO again," even if Elon Musk asks him to help run the company.

As Elon Musk moves forward with his purchase of Twitter, many are wondering who he will bring on to help him run the company.

Some speculated that perhaps former CEO Jack Dorsey would be recruited, however he put to rest any claims that he would join the leadership team.

On Wednesday, YouTuber Charles Wieand tweeted that he predicted Musk would ask Dorsey to be CEO of Twitter.

"nah I'll never be CEO again," Dorsey replied.

Another user asked Dorsey who should be CEO if not him, to which he replied, "no one ultimately."

While Dorsey remained steadfast in his position, he did admit that it would be "tempting" to step back into the role if he was given the title "Big Bird."

Dorsey and Musk are friends, and appear to have many similar ideas about the future of Twitter, however a return to his position at the head of the company is not something Dorsey is looking for.

He was CEO of Twitter from 2015 until 2021. In April, he expressed remorse over having played a part in what he described as the "centralization of discovery and identity into corporations," adding that Twitter may have acted to the detriment of the online experience.

He also admitted that the platform's decision to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story in the lead-up to the 2020 election was a "total mistake."

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