Foreign media reported on November 10 that President Biden says ‘Elon Musk’s cooperation with other countries is worthy of being looked at.’ At a news conference on Wednesday, Biden was asked if he believed that the “chief twit” posed a threat to US national security and whether the American government should look into his purchase of Twitter with the aid of a Saudi Arabian corporation. Biden said Musk’s connection with other countries is worthy of being scrutinized. “Whether he is doing anything inappropriate, I’m not suggesting that, and I’m suggesting they’re worth being looked at.” Musk’s acquisition of Twitter has raised concerns that he could face pressure from countries that tightly control free speech online. After completing his purchase, Saudi Prince Alwaleed’s investment firm has become Twitter’s second-largest investor. As CEO of Tesla, Musk counts China as a key market and production base since Tesla’s “Gigafactory” in Shanghai accounted for about half of its global deliveries. He has previously suggested that tensions between China and Taiwan could be resolved by handing some control of Taiwan to Beijing, and he assured CCP that he would not offer SpaceX’s Starlink internet service there.