Trump trolls DeSantis and Musk with fake video featuring Hitler and ‘the Devil’
One feature that was implemented on Twitter before Elon Musk’s arrival that Elon Musk seems to be very happy with is. Twitter Spaces, which are audio broadcasts. that copy the dynamics of the exclusive application Clubhouse, which became the talk of 2021. The tycoon uses it a lot for his chats with other personalities and on Wednesday, May 24, it was the turn of the current Republican governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, which was loaded with interferences.
During the public chat on Spaces, there were several technical problems in the audio that affected the announcement of DeSantis as the Republican Party candidate for the 2024 US presidential election. However, Trump has decided to take it with humor and has published a fake clip of the event in which they appeared. the voices of George Soros, Klaus Schwab, Dick Cheney, DeSantis, Musk, Satan and Adolf Hitler.
The video is two minutes long and begins with Soros asking if his microphone is sounding correctly. After a few seconds of overlapping as he speaks, FBI intervenes to start a debate on how they are going to take out Trump. to which, quickly, Musk responds by reminding him that the conversation is being broadcast to all of Twitter and the FBI logs off instantly.
The rest of the fake Space chat continues with Cheney coughing, Hitler yelling, and DeSantis interjecting to reveal that he is running as a Republican candidate for the country’s presidential election, something everyone seemed to already know. Before the end of the call, Trump appears to call the Republican: “Ron DeSantis can kiss my big, beautiful 2024 presidential ass. Trump 2024.”
To create the video with the fake voices that mimic the real voices of the characters that appear in it, Trump has resorted to tools based on artificial intelligence, more specifically deepfake. But this is not the only time Trump has used AI to combat his adversary for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. He has also used artificially generated images to create a rocket representing DeSantis’ political career that ends up exploding before liftoff.
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