Elon Musk has said that owning Twitter has been “quite painful” and “a rollercoaster”, in an interview with the BBC.
The multi-billionaire entrepreneur said he would sell the company if the right person came along.
Mr Musk, who also runs car maker Tesla and rocket firm SpaceX, bought Twitter for $44bn (£35.4bn) in 2022.
He admitted he only went ahead with the takeover because he knew he would be forced to in legal proceedings.
Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by James Clayton in California.
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