MADE IN AMERICA: Trump Praises Tesla CEO Elon Musk for Massive New Texas Factory

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( Tesla CEO Elon Musk is not just pioneering new technology to advance space exploration, but he’s committing millions of dollars to the American people through his made-in-America Tesla enterprise. The CEO of the massive electric car company announced recently that he would build his newest auto plant in Texas, after becoming dismayed by the rules and taxes of Democrat states.

President Donald Trump praised Musk on Friday for deciding to build the plant in America.

“Great job by Elon Musk in agreeing to build, in TEXAS, what is expected to be the largest auto plant anywhere in the world,” Trump said.

“MADE IN THE USA!” he added.

Isn’t that great news? It shows businesses really can succeed by hiring American workers.

Elon Musk might not be publicly supportive of President Donald Trump, but he’s not publicly supportive of the Democrats or their presumptive nominee Joe Biden, either. That speaks volumes, especially when Musk left a Democrat state and chose conservative Texas to establish his new factory. Musk also publicly thanked the president for his support, on behalf of the Tesla team.

“We look forward to building Giga Texas!” Musk said, in reference to the “Gigafactory” name given to all Tesla auto plants.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott, a Republican, posted a photograph of himself and Musk on Wednesday, announcing that the new Tesla Gigafactory will employ thousands of Texas and be a “cornerstone for next generation innovation.”

Tesla is increasingly shifting its focus to America. The company has one production line in China, there the Long Range Model 3 vehicle is produced, but Musk is showing more signs that he’s willing to embrace America when the taxes aren’t crippling.

Doesn’t this vindicate what Donald Trump said about lowering taxes? Who knows what will happen to companies like Tesla, who employ American citizens, if Joe Biden wins and reverses all those tax cuts Trump put in place early into his first term…