Just IN: Elon Musk’s One-Word Response ROCKS 2024

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Elon Musk, the Chief Executive Officer of Tesla and Space X, as well as the proprietor of X, previously known as Twitter, has emerged as a prominent detractor of President Joe Biden and his administration. He has been unequivocal in expressing his disapproval of any potential presidential candidate for the upcoming election.

Following President Biden’s impassioned State of the Union address, during which he referred to his “predecessor” on 13 occasions, Musk took to sharing a video response featuring former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

An X user responded to the post saying, “The point is, we need a new President,” to which Musk responded, “Yes.”

Musk previously voted for Joe Biden, but announced that “I cannot see myself voting for Biden this time.” Also, after his recent trip to Mar-A-Lago, Musk gave an updated saying “Just to be super clear, I am not donating money to either candidate for US President.”

As observed by the Wall Street Journal, the statement was meticulously crafted, allowing for the potential provision of additional aid to the former president.

“The Tesla chief executive has said in the past that he is politically independent. Musk has, however, expressed support for Republicans in recent years and has been critical of Democrats and the Biden administration,” The Journal said.

“Musk could still offer financial support by donating to a PAC that supports a candidate or one of the parties rather than donating to a campaign directly,” it said.

Maggie Haberman, a CNN analyst, along with anchor Kaitlan Collins, were of the opinion that Musk would discover a method to support the Trump campaign.

“The second richest man in the world, Elon Musk, posting on X today, and I’m quoting him now, ‘Just to be super clear, I am not donating money to either candidate for US President,’” the host said.

“That, in response to the reporting that he met with Donald Trump in Palm Beach, at his Mar-a-Lago club over the weekend, as his campaign and the candidate himself desperately need money,” she added.

“I’m joined now by one of the reporters who broke that story, New York Times Senior Political Correspondent, and CNN’s political analyst, Maggie Haberman,” Collins said, bringing in her guest.

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“Maggie, when you saw that tweet today from Elon Musk—I still call them tweets—how carefully worded do you think that message was? Because I mean, he could theoretically give to a Super PAC, supporting a candidate, without specifically giving to that candidate,” she said.

“Yes, I think you’re hitting on the issue here. He says, to be clear. Well, he’s clear that he’s not giving hard dollars to candidates. And I don’t think anybody expected Elon Musk’s valuable $3,300 checks to be at issue here,” Haberman said.

“I think the bigger issue is whether he would give money to a Super PAC, or a dark money group, where they don’t have to disclose who their donors are. And he did not address either one of those. I think the statement left him some wiggle room.

“Now, that doesn’t mean that he will donate, Kaitlan. I could see a world where he doesn’t write a big check or any check. But that is the hope of people around Trump, is that he does ultimately give money,” she said.

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