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Musk’s Provocative Remark On Putin’s Inevitability in Ukraine

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Elon Musk, during a forum on X Spaces, expressed doubt about Ukraine’s ability to win the war against Russia and criticized a Senate bill providing further assistance to Ukraine.

Musk, joined by Republican senators, indicated that he believed Putin would not lose the war and voiced opposition to the $95 billion measure, stating that prolonging the war doesn’t help Ukraine.

Sen. Vance said, “We gotta kill this thing.”

Musk’s comments align with his previous skepticism about Ukraine’s chances and his belief that aiding Ukraine is not beneficial.

He also highlighted his efforts, such as SpaceX’s provision of Starlink internet service to Ukraine, as actions undermining Russia.

Musk posted, “This spending does not help Ukraine. Prolonging the war does not help Ukraine.”

His views contrast with those of President Biden and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, who advocate for aiding Ukraine’s defense against Russia.

Musk also expressed skepticism about seeking Putin’s ouster, suggesting that any replacement might be even more aggressive.

Musk claimed, “If he were to back off, he would be assassinated.”

The Tesla CEO continued, “For those who want regime change in Russia, they should think about who is the person that could take out Putin, and is that person likely to be a peacenik? Probably not.”

Musk warned they would be “even more hardcore than Putin.”

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