Elon Musk accuses Biden of ignoring Tesla, says he would ‘do the right thing’ at White House


Joe Biden, left, and Elon Musk

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk, in an email exchange with CNBC on Tuesday, accused President Joe Biden of ignoring his electric vehicle company in favor of paying more attention to legacy auto makers.

But he also sought to assure White House officials who are concerned that he would do or say something embarrassing if he were invited to speak at a White House event.

“They have nothing to worry about,” Musk said. “I would do the right thing.”

Musk’s comments came after CNBC contacted him regarding fresh reporting that Biden and the White House have no immediate plans to invite Musk to potential upcoming…


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