The Biden administration has done everything it can to ignore the automotive and clean energy company while also railing against the Democratic party, claimed the CEO of the company.

During an exchange with Jon Favreau, who was the director of speechwriting for former President Barack Obama, Musk responded to his criticism of his switch from backing Democrats to supporting the GOP.

Musk initially said that Democrats used to represent kindness, but that they no longer do.

In the past, I voted Democrat because they were mostly the kindness party, but now I will vote Republican because they have become the party of division and hate. watch their dirty tricks against me.

The businessman was rebuked by the director over his political change of heart.

If you want to support a bunch of electric vehicle-hating climate deniers, that is on you.

The automotive executive, who is currently engaged in a bid to buy Twitter for $44 billion, took a jab at the administration of President Joe Biden.

Hi Jon! The Administration has done everything it can to sideline and ignoreTesla, even though we have made twice as many EV as the rest of US industry combined.

—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 20, 2022

The guy who was part of a White House that madeTesla possible isn't giving the company enough love now, but he supports climate-denying politicians who want to overturn elections. You are closer to the Democrats on climate and I hope democracy.

Musk said that he had switched from moderate D to moderate R as many independent voters had done. We will know the magnitude of this trend in November. I think it is big.

After Biden took office, Musk told Fortune he was excited about the climate crisis.

He said at the time that he was "super fired up" that the new administration was focused on climate.

Musk began to criticize Biden for not includingTesla in his push for electric-vehicle manufacturing throughout the country. Earlier this year, a petition was launched to push the president to include the company in his long-term vision for electric vehicles.

In a February speech, Biden said that the country's largest electric-vehicle manufacturer wasTesla.

The president said at the time that companies have announced investments totaling more than $200 billion in domestic manufacturing here in America.