Musk was surprised that Biden did not invite him to a meeting on electric cars

The head of the electric car manufacturer Tesla, Elon Musk, found it strange that US President Joe Biden did not invite the company to an event at the White House dedicated to electric vehicles.

“Yes, it seems strange that Tesla was not invited,” Musk wrote in response to a message on Twitter from one of the social network users.

According to Business Insider, Tesla accounted for about 74% of electric car sales in the United States over the past three years.

The event on electric vehicles at the White House, held on Thursday, included talks between President Biden and the heads of such automobile companies as Ford and General Motors. During the meeting, US President Joe Biden signed a decree setting the goal to bring the share of electric vehicles to half of all passenger vehicles sold in the country by 2030.

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