Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan rejected a request from Elon Musk for a meeting late last year, shortly after the billionaire took control of Twitter, according to The New York Times.
The Times reports that Khan rejected Musk’s request in a letter dated January 27 addressed to a lawyer for the social media company. The letter stated that Khan would not meet Musk until his company complied with FTC investigators who were demanding information.
“I recommend that Twitter appropriately prioritize its legal obligations to provide the requested information,” she wrote. “Once Twitter has fully complied with all FTC requests, I will be happy to consider scheduling a meeting with Mr. Musk.”
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