Musk trolls Joe Biden on Twitter over electric car chargers

that the relationship between Joe BidenPresident of the United States, and Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Twitter, it is not the friendliest it is vox populi. Since the Democratic leader became president, the statement crosses and slights between both leaders have been the order of the day.

The latest controversy has come about the investment that is going to undertake the Biden Administration to install charging points throughout the United States.

A plan that was already presented in September, and in which the federal government has established as a goal that electric vehicles reach a market share of 50% by 2030. In addition, the implementation of 500,000 chargers.

“Or just buy yourself a Tesla”

The conflict between Biden and Musk it has its roots in what the Tesla founder has seen as a slight by the government. From his point of view, the White House has ignored the firm by promoting the electrification plans of major American car brands.

President Biden has visited the facilities of firms such as Ford or General Motors and has shown his support for his medium- and long-term goals, and has ignored Musk’s company.

The last clash occurred on Twitter, after Musk’s response to a message from the account @POTUS (acronym for President of the United States). In that tweet, the Government announces the construction of 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

“The great American road trip will be fully electrified,” the message reads. The head of the social network responded with a laconic: “Or you can just buy a Tesla”.

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In addition, Musk continued to tweet to remind the president of some actions of his brand. “It is worth mentioning that Tesla has opened up its charging connector and is allowing other electric vehicles to use the superchargers of the company”.

One of the complaints of the electric vehicle brand is the obstacles imposed by the federal government to continue placing charging points. In the United States it has installed some 1,500, compared to 40,000 in the rest of the world.

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