Twitter CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday on CNBC’s “Last Call” that Joe Biden is not “a normal human being.”
On the subject of the 2020 election, Musk said he believed Joe Biden “Won.”
Host David Faber said, “You voted for him?”
Musk said, “I did.”
Faber asked Musk if he regretted voting for Biden given the current state of the U.S. with the border crisis, runaway inflation, and the war in Ukraine.
“I mean, man, I wish we could just have a normal human being as president,” Musk said of Biden.
“That’s what I want. If we, you know, there’s an old saying of, we’re better off being wronged by people picked at random from the phone book than the faculty of Harvard, I don’t know who said that, but it was somebody very wise.”
“I would say, if we could do that for the president, that would be great,” Musk said.
Faber said, “You think we could do that? Obviously, you’re not happy with Biden.”
Musk responded, “Don’t we all just want a normal human being?”
“Some of these executive abilities are underrated. Since the president is the executive officer of the country, it actually matters if they are the executive officer.”
“It’s not simply a matter of do they share your beliefs but are they good at getting things done. There’s a lot of decisions that need to be made every day.”
“Many of them are unrelated to moral beliefs. And you just want a good executive, the CEO of America.”