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Trump Considering Elon Musk for White House Advisor Role

Alright, everyone, get ready for the latest plot twist in the Trump saga.

President Donald Trump is thinking about bringing Elon Musk on board as an advisor in the White House.

Now, before you start imagining Elon in a suit and tie, this isn’t set in stone yet.

They haven’t hammered out the details, and a formal position might not even happen.

But Trump and Musk have been chatting about how the tech titan could offer some “formal input” on hot-button issues.

Issues like the economy, and obviously crypto currency.

Stay tuned, folks. This could get very interesting.


New York Post reports:

President Donald Trump is considering appointing Elon Musk to help advise him in the White House after the pair patched up their relationship in recent months.

The 45th president has not ironed out the details and a position might not materialize, the Wall Street Journal reported — but the two have been in talks about how the tech mogul could give “formal input” on issues like the border, the economy and preventing voter fraud.

Their initial icy relationship has been thawing recently, and Musk — the world’s third-richest man — is now in direct phone contact with Trump; the pair talk “several times a month,” according to the outlet.

Musk, alongside billionaire investor Nelson Peltz, has also spoken to Trump about an effort Musk launched to convince business leaders not to support President Biden in November.

“President Trump will be the only voice of what role an individual plays in his presidency,” senior Trump adviser Brian Hughes told The Post.

Musk, the owner of the social media platform X and the founder of Tesla and Space X, has previously said he would not give money to either candidate and has been openly anti-Biden.

But, the South African-born billionaire has painted himself as largely an independent.

Musk became a US citizen in 2002.

After Trump scored victories on Super Tuesday and became the presumptive Republican nominee, Musk had a meeting with the former president at Mar-a-Lago, the Wall Street Journal reported.

We can cleary see that Trump is a fan of Elon.

I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s already working for Trump in some capacity.

There’s lots happening behind the scenes.


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