On December 8, Musk said that Biden’s EV bill should not pass.
Speaking at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council Summit, Musk said that the bill would worsen the country’s budget deficit.
This is not the first time Musk was critical of the Biden administration.
In September, Musk slammed Biden saying his administration is “not the friendliest administration.” His comment came after the White House did not invite Tesla to a car-makers summit.
Despite being the world’s largest EV-maker, executives from Ford (F) - Get Ford Motor Company Report, Stellantis (STLA,) - Get Stellantis N.V. Report and General Motors (GM) - Get General Motors Company Report were invited but not Tesla
In the same month, Musk poked fun at Biden for not congratulating SpaceX crew who successfully flew to space. He tweeted that Biden is “still sleeping” referring to former President Trump’s nickname for Biden, “Sleepy Joe.”