Biden says Elon Musk’s cooperation with other countries ‘worthy of being looked at’

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President Joe Biden on Wednesday said Elon Musk’s “cooperation and/or technical relationships with other countries is worthy of being looked at.” Speaking at a White House news conference, Biden was asked if he thought Musk, the new owner of Twitter and the CEO of Tesla TSLA, -7.17% was a threat to national security. At least one Democratic senator has called for a probe into the security implications of Saudi Arabia’s stake in Twitter after Musk took over the company. Biden stressed that he was not saying Musk is doing “anything inappropriate.”

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