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Elon Musk referred to Javier Miley's speech at the Davos – People – Culture Forum

Elon Musk referred to Javier Miley's speech at the Davos – People – Culture Forum

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has reaffirmed his support for Javier Miley, the president of Argentina, following his recent presentation at the Davos Economic Forum.

With a clear message, Musk expressed positive appreciation for the president's words, highlighting: “A good explanation of what makes countries more or less prosperous.” This is not the first time that Musk has shown his support for Miley, who thanked him profusely on social media.

The exchange between the two leaders has become clearer since Miley won the run-off in November 2023.

Their relationship began during the election campaign, when Musk responded to an interview Tucker Carlson conducted with Miley, in which he discussed topics such as hyperinflation and monetary policy. Musk then confirmed: “Excessive government spending, the root cause of inflation, has devastated countless countries.“.

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Despite being unable to attend Miley's presidential inauguration, Musk expressed his desire to cooperate in defending the ideas of freedom and announced plans to visit Argentina in 2024. A statement from the Argentine presidency emphasized this commitment.

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No stranger to Argentine politics, Musk expressed his optimism after Miley's election with an encouraging message:Prosperity is about to come to Argentina“.

The impact of Miley's speech in Davos

In Davos, Miley defended capitalism as a solution to global poverty and warned of the dangers of socialism. This message resonated internationally, with media outlets such as El País, CNBC, and The Wall Street Journal reporting on his libertarian approach and criticism of international organizations.

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Javier Miley, President of Argentina, at the Davos Forum.

As Miley returns to Argentina after his meeting with International Monetary Fund Director Kristalina Georgieva, his speech continues to provoke reactions.

The local opposition, including figures such as Jorge Tayana and Leandro Santoro, strongly criticized his comments. Describing them as “misogynists and social justice violators.”'. Gabriella Cerruti, former presidential spokeswoman, summed up Miley's performance as a strong “global role.”

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This ever-evolving political landscape highlights the growing influence of social media and international relations on contemporary politics, with figures like Musk playing an increasingly important role.

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