President Joe Biden and the White House have been at odds since the start of the Biden administration as the president pushes for infrastructure reform and tries to encourage vehicle companies to go green. Biden has pointedly ignored Tesla at every turn and falsely stated to the public that GM leads the electric car industry, when in fact Tesla produced over 300,000 electric vehicles last quarter and GM produced 26. Some in the administration have privately called Musk names, such as ‘a–hole,’ for what he has said about Biden, according to people with knowledge of the situation. The White House has no immediate plans to invite Musk to potential upcoming meetings with corporate leaders. The company has said that it plans to spend $35 billion on electric and autonomous vehicles by 2025. . . .