Biden extends hand to Tesla CEO

Joe Biden and Tesla CEO Elon Musk

The long-running feud between US President Joe Biden and Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears to be over. While announcing the construction of an electric vehicle charging station factory in Tennessee, President Biden mentions Tesla. This is thought to be Biden’s friendly hand extended to Musk. For the first time since becoming president, Biden has mentioned Tesla in public.

Biden is the Democratic Party’s leader, while Musk is a Republican Party supporter. Biden is said to have declined to invite Musk to a meeting with the CEOs of electric car companies in the past because of their political rivalry. Musk’s company, on the other hand, is at the forefront of developing electric vehicles not only in the United States but around the world.

Musk is also the world’s richest man. Musk wrote on social media, tagging Biden for not being invited to the meeting, “Biden is such a puppet, who considers American citizens to be stupid.”

Biden did not add fuel to the fire.

The production of electric vehicles could provide a significant boost to the US economy, which is suffering from the effects of Corona. Musk is the founder and CEO of Tesla, the world’s largest electric vehicle company, which elevates his status.

The production of electric vehicles could provide a significant boost to the US economy, which is suffering from the effects of Corona. Musk is the founder and CEO of Tesla, the world’s largest electric vehicle company, which elevates his status.

Following Musk’s venomous tweet, it was expected that the White House or the Democratic Party would respond appropriately, but Biden felt it was more appropriate not to add fuel to the fire. Companies investing in America were mentioned in a tweet from the President’s official account. New electric vehicles from General Motors and Ford were also mentioned. Tesla is the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in our country, according to the post. Musk responded with a smiley-faced sunglasses emoji.

The conflict began in the year 2021.

Although the feud between Biden and Musk began only last year, in 2021, it is believed to have started much earlier. Biden met with executives from the country’s major automakers last year. By 2030, it was decided that electric vehicles would be the only option.

This meeting was attended by the CEOs and other top executives of all of the major American car companies, but Musk was not one of them. CEOs from companies like General Motors (GM) and Ford were invited to the meeting last week, but Musk was not. This is the source of Musk’s annoyance. The decision not to call Amsk was also questioned by the American media.