8 hours ago Yahoo Finance Elon Musk complains about his $11 billion tax bill at a Republican donor event, tells GOP to stay out of people's sex lives

According to Axios, Tesla CEO Musk expanded on his recent switch to the Republican Party. Speaking at a GOP retreat organized by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday.

Congressional officials and significant funders were among the attendees at the Wyoming event.
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Elon Musk berates the GOP for interfering in people’s sexual lives while lamenting his $11 billion tax burden

The richest man in the world, Elon, spoke as the keynote speaker and discussed both parties.
His remarks demonstrated his support for conservatism in economics. And displaying a more liberal attitude on social issues.

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Attendees told Axios that Elon stated the country would prosper if Democrats and Republicans “stayed out of people’s wallets” and “stayed out of people’s bedrooms
According to Axios, he also praised free markets and argued that socialism was harmful which appeared to be popular with other visitors.
He added that the Republican Party ought to show more tolerance toward immigrants. Since they are “essential to keeping a vibrant economy,” according to Axios.
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The South African-born Musk has previously discussed immigration laws

He has expressed opposition to the decision made by US President Donald Trump to halt foreign worker permits in 2020.
Several tech leaders in Silicon Valley also opposed Trump’s initiative. Foreign-born startup founders and programmers are found.

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Axios says that Elon made a joke about his $11 billion tax burden from selling Tesla stock while at the gathering on Tuesday.
As part of a larger sell-off of his Tesla holdings, Musk sold $6.9 billion worth of shares earlier this month.
To be clear, I back both the Democratic and Republican parties‘ right and left halves. On the day of the event, Musk said something on Twitter.

However, he also announced that day that he was purchasing Manchester United, which turned out to be a prank.

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He tweeted in June that he had cast his first Republican ballot, mentioning Rep. Mayra Flores of Texas, where he moved in 2020 from California.

He claimed to have voted Democratic a month earlier because they were “the kindness party,” but things would soon change.
He declared on Twitter that he would vote Republican because “they have become the party of division & hate.”
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