Here’s why Elon Musk advised Joe Biden to buy a Tesla

Washington: Tesla chief, Elon Musk, on Sunday advised United States President Joe Biden to buy a Tesla, after the latter announced his plans to build charging stations across the country.

Biden recently announced the release of the first round of funding for a nationwide EV charging network, financing the construction of stations in 35 states.

“We’re building 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations across the country. The great American road trip will be fully electrified,” Biden said on Twitter.

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In reply to this, Musk suggested, “Or you can just buy a Tesla”.

Biden further posted from @POTUS account: “You hired me to get things done – I hope I’m making you proud.”

Musk again replied: “I kinda like this post tbh (to be honest)”.

Earlier in 2022, Biden had touted the combined $18 billion investments by Ford and GM to build electric vehicles, while Tesla was not mentioned in Biden’s address to the nation. In reply to which Musk had said, “Nobody is watching the State of the Union.”

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