Don Lemon Fired – Again! (Video)

( – In a new miserable failure for Don Lemon, a long-time veteran of leftist propaganda recently booted by CNN, the so-called journalist has announced that he has been fired by Elon Musk as the billionaire owner of X canceled their partnership after giving him an interview.

See the video of Lemon’s announcement below!

Thus, the collaboration between Lemon and X, Elon Musk’s social media platform, has unexpectedly ended.

Lemon disclosed this development through a video he shared on X. He claimed Musk decided to terminate their partnership after Lemon interviewed him on various topics, including Musk’s personal use of ketamine, the upcoming 2024 election, and aspects of SpaceX.

Musk had allegedly agreed to the interview without imposing any restrictions on the discussion topics.

“Throughout our conversation, I kept reiterating to him — although it was tense at times — I thought it was good for people to see our exchange. But, apparently, free-speech absolutism doesn’t apply when it comes to questions about him from people like me,” Lemon declared in his video message.

The official X Business account conveyed on the platform that, as a standard business practice, the company holds the discretion to make decisions regarding its business collaborations.

It said that, following a thoughtful evaluation, X opted not to pursue a commercial partnership with Lemon’s program.

“[Lemon’s] approach was basically just ‘CNN, but on social media,’ which doesn’t work, as evidenced by the fact that CNN is dying,” Musk himself wrote on X.

“Instead of it being the real Don Lemon, it was really just Jeff Zucker talking through Don, so lacked authenticity. All this said, Lemon/Zucker are of course welcome to build their viewership on this platform along with everyone else,” the billionaire elaborated.

Despite the termination of the partnership with X, Lemon plans to upload his interview with Musk on X and YouTube.

This incident marks the first indication of friction within X’s newly introduced initiative for long-form video content, National Review points out in a report.

It notes that in addition to its now-dissolved collaboration with Lemon, X has developed programs with Tucker Carlson, a former Fox News host, and is set to debut a show with Tulsi Gabbard, a former congresswoman from Hawaii and a potential candidate for the vice-presidential nomination alongside former President Donald Trump.

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