On Thursday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk responded to President Biden’s tweet boasting about his accomplishments in the battle against climate change.
“In my first year in office, we protected more lands and waters than any president since John F. Kennedy. We’ve also made the largest investment to fight climate change – ever. Today, we’re building on that momentum by protecting additional natural wonders.”
In my first year in office, we protected more lands and waters than any president since John F. Kennedy.— President Biden (@POTUS) March 22, 2023
We’ve also made the largest investment to fight climate change – ever.
Today, we’re building on that momentum by protecting additional natural wonders. pic.twitter.com/bMwc915fuG
The tweet drew the expected replies, with readers inquiring about student loan forgiveness, comparing the president’s words to the truth of Bigfoot riding the Loch Ness monster, and some thanking the president for his achievements.
For the last few weeks, all eyes have been on a potential financial catastrophe, the Fed’s interest rate rise, and the stock market roller coaster.
As fears about financial soundness deepen, Biden’s support reportedly fell to practically its lowest point ever this month, at 38%.
His rating was 45% last month, and the dip coincides with the recent failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, which have heightened worries of a recession.
Musk added his two cents to Biden’s pompous remark on tackling climate change.
“@POTUS umm…the banks are melting,” Elon Musk said in a Twitter post.
Elon Musk, the Founder of Tesla and the founder of SpaceX, acquired Twitter last year.
He tweeted earlier this week about UBS buying Credit Suisse and commented on the buyer receiving a $100 billion credit line as part of the deal.