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Craft Ventures General Partner and Co-Founder David Sacks joins Emily Chang to discuss why Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been unloading nearly $32 billion in Tesla stock since November, including $6.9 billion a month before his trial with Twitter. Plus, his thoughts on having been subpoenaed for the trial himself.