Report Reveals Shocking Plans Trump Has for Elon Musk

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is reportedly considering inviting SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk to serve as a policy advisor if he returns to the White House next year.

Sources told the Wall Street Journal that the presumptive nominee and the tech billionaire have discussed how Musk could have “formal input and influence” in a potential second Trump administration.

Musk allegedly discussed with the former president his efforts to convince US business leaders to abandon their support for President Joe Biden’s reelection.

The meetings with Musk also included billionaire investor Nelson Peltz to discuss funding a “data-driven project” aimed at preventing voter fraud.

While Trump and Musk have in the past exchanged public insults, as the 2024 election nears, they have reportedly developed a more amicable relationship, speaking on the phone several times in recent weeks, according to sources.

The two have discussed science and technology, including the US Space Force, the military branch launched during Trump’s term in office. The pair have also discussed immigration policy.

Sources told the Journal that Musk’s views and interests have become more aligned with those of Trump in recent months and the Tesla CEO has personally reached out to the former president on his cellphone.

Trump campaign spokesman Brian Hughes said in a statement to the Journal that only Trump would decide if anyone plays a role in his administration.

Following a meeting with Trump in March, Musk said he would not donate to either the Biden or Trump campaigns but instead would use his influence with other influential allies to help defeat President Biden in November.

Musk previously described his politics as moderate, donating to both Republican and Democrat candidates. However, in May 2022, the Tesla CEO declared that he would vote Republican in the midterm elections, accusing the Democrat Party of becoming “the party of division & hate.”

While Musk has been a vocal opponent of Biden’s policies, he has yet to endorse his challenger in the General Election.