• Tesla CEO Elon Musk slammed the Biden administration on Tuesday.
  • Musk had a mostly one-sided feud with President Biden over electric cars.
  • The billionaire also vaguely praised the Trump administration.

Tesla CEO and potential Twitter buyer Elon Musk offered his two cents comparing the Biden administration to the Trump administration.

Speaking at a technology conference in Miami on Tuesday, Musk also predicted that the United States would be in recession for 18 months.

In politics, Musk said the Biden administration has printed “a million more dollars than it has.” The role of the printing press is ensured by the Direction du Trésor and largely depends on the activity of the


Federal Reserve

. Biden’s agenda, by contrast, relies on congressional appropriations — and “doesn’t seem to do much,” Musk added.

Musk expressed a frosty attitude toward Biden dating back to negotiations over the 2021 infrastructure bill, where the businessman didn’t appreciate the president not mentioning his electric vehicle company in favor of the promotion of new models like Ford.

The Trump administration, Musk countered, seemed more efficient to him.

“The Trump administration, leaving Trump aside, there were a lot of people in the administration who were good at getting things done,” Musk said.

The billionaire did not specify which Trump officials he believed were doing a particularly good job at the time.

In his first 100 days in office, Trump signed more bills than Biden or former President Barack Obama in the same timeframe, but Biden signed more executive orders, appointed more judges, and secured more nominations. confirmed by the Senate that Trump – despite a 50-50 split forcing Vice President Kamala Harris to make deciding votes – according to an analysis by NBC News.

Musk’s latest swipe at Biden adds to a seemingly growing feud between the two powerful men after the White House on Monday blamed the country’s high inflation on billionaires and Tesla CEO retaliated in a tweet.