Elon Musk states that “many people” in the Trump administration were “effective in getting things done” – apart from Trump.

From left to right at the White House: Steve Bannon, Elon Musk, Donald Trump, Jared Kushner

Tesla CEO Elon Musk and former President Donald Trump.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP via Getty Images

  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk swiped the Biden administration on Tuesday.

  • Musk had an almost one-way feud with President Biden over an electric vehicle.

  • Billionaires also vaguely praised the Trump administration.

Tesla CEO and Twitter buyer Elon Musk offered two cents by comparing the Biden and Trump administrations.

Masks at a technical conference in Miami on Tuesday U.S. predicted to be in recession for 18 months..

Regarding politics, Musk said the Biden administration printed “hundreds of millions of dollars more than it has.” The role of printing money is handled by the Treasury and is highly dependent on the activities of the Federal Reserve System. Biden’s agenda, on the other hand, depends on Congress’s budget-and “it doesn’t seem to have done much,” Musk added.

Musk expressed a frosty attitude towards Biden Return to 2021 Infrastructure Bill NegotiationsWhere a businessman did not kindly take him to the president without mentioning his electric car company in favor of promoting a new model from something like Ford.

The Trump administration argued that Musk argued and saw him as more effective.

“The Trump administration had a lot of people in the administration who were effective in getting things done, setting Trump aside,” Musk said.

The millionaire did not identify a Trump official he thought was doing a particularly good job at the time.

In the first 100 days of his inauguration, Trump signed more bills than Biden or former President Barack Obama in the same period, but Biden signed more enforcement orders, nominated more judges, and Received more Senate confirmed appointments than Trump. 50 splits demanding that Vice President Kamala Harris vote for a tie — NBC News Analysis..

The latest jab of masks in Biden is A seemingly growing feud Between two strong men after the White House blamed the CEOs of Billionaire and Tesla for high inflation in the country on Monday Punch back with tweets..

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