Well-known entrepreneur Elon Musk, one of the richest people in the world, met with senior advisers to US President Biden.

Billionaire businessman and Twitter owner Elon Musk met with top advisers to US President Joe Biden. It was announced that Musk dated John Podesta and Mitch Landrieu.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre announced at a daily press conference that Elon Musk met with Biden’s senior clean energy adviser Podesta and Landrieu, a senior infrastructure coordinator adviser. Noting that Musk and consultants discussed the role of electric vehicles as part of reducing inflation and the infrastructure law, as well as increasing the use of electricity rather than fuel, Jean-Pierre said the meeting showed how serious Biden is about infrastructure work and the economy. It should be noted here that Elon Musk is the owner of the Tesla electric car.

Jean-Pierre said Biden conveyed his condolences to the Nichols family yesterday and urged calm following news that footage of the beating of Tyre Nichols, a black man who was beaten by police on January 7 and died in a hospital in Tennessee, would be released.

Stating that the White House is coordinating with relevant agencies to be prepared in the event that protests may escalate into violence, Jean-Pierre said that Congress should take action on rules regarding standards for the use of force and accountability for law enforcement officers.

In this context, Jean-Pierre noted that Biden called on Congress to pass the “George Floyd Police Act.”

The White House press secretary stressed that the recent escalating tensions between Israel and Palestine must be reduced and that both sides deserve to live with equal trust. Explaining that Foreign Secretary Anthony Blinken would negotiate in the region in this context, Jean-Pierre stressed that Biden’s emphasis on a two-state solution would continue.

Regarding the possibility of Biden’s visit to Ukraine on February 24, the anniversary of the Russian-Ukrainian war, Jean-Pierre said, “At the moment, we have no travel plans for the anniversary of the war.” said.

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