Elon Musk To Work With Donald Trump? Not Only He Gives More Jobs But Also Cares For The Environment

First Posted: Dec 08, 2016 04:33 AM EST

During the campaign period, President-elect Donald Trump wanted to give back the jobs that are stolen from the Americans. One of the successful entrepreneurs would be Elon Musk as he has proven himself to many and he had given jobs to thousands of people.

The New York Times reported that during the campaign, President-elect Donald Trump repetitively talking about his plans to restore the manufacturing sector. He said that, "We are going to bring back jobs that have been stolen from you."

Donald Trump mentioned the business giants to advise him on the job creation. The names such as Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase, General Motors' Mary Barra and Robert Iger of Disney. Yet, the President-elect miss a key name. It is the real-life Iron Man, Elon Musk -- the name behind the electric car company Tesla, solar power provider SolarCity and the famous rocket company SpaceX.

Elon Musk is one of the nation's best, especially for the vision of the manufacturing industry in the United States. As he owns the biggest names in the manufacturing industry, he employs thousands of people.

In the past decade, Elon Musk had employed nearly 35,000 jobs among his different enterprises, mostly from the manufacturing ones. The upcoming Tesla Gigafactory that is 5.5 million square foot battery factory is expected to employ 6,500 people in 2020, according to CNBC.

Despite his achievements, conservative groups and individuals are storming real and fake stories on the Internet. These were mostly with regard to Elon Musks' government subsidies for Tesla and his vocal warning on climate change.

In line with this, it is the chief executive of Murray Energy Corporation, Robert E. Murray. It is the largest privately owned coal company. He said that Musk is a fraud for accepting $2 billion from the government as a subsidy for Tesla.

As follows, Robert Murray is a republican who does not believe that human activity is affecting the climate. Elon Musk tweeted in response to the accusations of Murray, "Real fraud going on is the denial of climate science. As for 'subsidies', Tesla gets pennies on dollar vs. coal. How about we both go to zero?"

Moreover, Andrew Ross Sorkin from The New York Times e-mailed Elon Musk. The real-life Iron Man replied to him that Musk is heartened by Donald Trump's recent acknowledgment that human-driven global warming may be real.

Furthermore, when Mr. Sorkin asked Elon Musk if he wants to engage with the president-elect, Musk wrote: "I'd be happy to talk to Trump."

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