BREAKING: Elon Musk on Joe Biden’s presidency: ‘I wish we could have just a normal human being as President’

"Man, I wish we could have just a normal human being as President."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Twitter boss Elon Musk suggested that he may regret voting for President Joe Biden during an interview on Tuesday with CNBC journalist David Faber.

Speaking on the Joe Biden presidency, Faber asked Elon Musk, who voted for Biden in the 2020 presidential election, if he regrets that decision.

Without providing an exact answer, Musk said, "Man, I wish we could have just a normal human being as President."

"There's that old saying that's like, 'We're better off being run by people picked at random from the phone book than the faculty at Harvard.' I don't know who said that but it was somebody very wise," Musk said to Faber during Tuesday's one-on-one interview.

"I would say if we could do that for a president, that would be great!" Musk exclaimed.

"Obviously you're not happy with Biden," Faber said.

"Don't we just want a normal human being?" Musk responded and later emphasized the importance of havig a president that is a good chief executive officer, insinuating the current one lacks that ability.

"It's not simply a matter of do they share your beliefs," Musk said. "But are they good at getting things done."

"There's a lot of decisions that need to be made every day. Many that aren't related to beliefs. And you just want a good executive," Musk said.

Twitter's new owner has been critical of the Biden administation in the past, specifically when President Biden made comments that he would like to see Elon Musk be investigated over his purchase of the social media platform last year, which was to ensure that freedom of speech remains in America.

Earlier this year, President Biden had the FBI investigate the "potential counterintelligence risks posed by the aquisition."

President Biden has also excluded Elon Musk and his company Tesla from White House events with top executives in the clean car industries despite Tesla being the top electric car manufacturer in the world.

In response to being left out of the event, Elon Musk wrote on Twitter, "Seems odd that Tesla wasn't invited."


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