MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Complains Elon Musk Is ‘a Bully’ after He Calls Her Out

MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle has accused Elon Musk of being “a bully” after the Tesla CEO turned the host’s own words against her on Twitter.

Ruhle went out of her way to attack Musk for mocking Hunter Biden.

As Slay News previously reported, Musk was commenting on the recent leaks from Hunter Biden’s iPhone.

The latest leak saw explicit media involving first son Hunter Biden circulating online following an alleged iCloud hack by 4chan users.

The explicit material is so damaging that Republican lawmakers are calling for an investigation, warning that the issue is a “national security threat.”

Among the files are images and videos that allegedly show Hunter Biden filming himself during heavy drug use and sexual activity with prostitutes.

Musk shared a meme showing a man wearing several cameras on his head with the caption:

“Hunter Biden every time he buys crack and hookers.”

“A+ for cinematography,” Musk commented.

Enter Ruhle who tried to attack Musk by saying:

“Imagine the positive impact you could have on the world if you used the extraordinary amount of influence and power you have to spread decency, kindness, and positivity?”

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Musk fired back:

“Imagine if MSNBC did that.”

After the short back-and-forth, Ruhle brought up the exchange on Twitter during her show.

She accused Musk of being a “bully” who is “punching down.”

“It baffles me that a man literally on top of the world would waste time punching down,” she said.

“He may have more money than anyone on this earth, but he doesn’t have more time than you or me or anyone.

“So why waste his?

“Why not spend the earned influence and capital to lift people up, rather than behave like a bully?”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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