“He’s one of our incredible masters and we need to secure our virtuoso,” Trump said in the interview.Tech very rich person Elon Musk has earned applause from US President Donald Trump who has called the SpaceX and Tesla CEO one of the world’s “extraordinary virtuosos”.

In a meeting with CNBC’s Joe Kernen at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Trump compared Musk to Thomas Edison.

“He’s one of our incredible masters and we need to secure our virtuoso,” Trump said in the meeting with the “Screech Box” co-have.

“You know, we need to secure Thomas Edison and we need to ensure these individuals that surfaced with initially the light and the haggle of these things. What’s more, he’s one of our exceptionally keen individuals and we need to appreciate those individuals,” Trump was cited as saying.

The remarks came as Tesla hit the $100 billion (generally Rs. 7,10,000 crores) in financial exchange valuation just because.

Tesla shares were last up 1.4 percent at $555 subsequent to exchanging was shut on Tuesday, revealed CNBC.

The achievement came not exactly a month after Tesla’s stock crossed $420 – a value Musk tweeted a year ago which put him in a tough situation.

After NASA and SpaceX effectively finished a dispatch get away from show on Sunday of the organization’s Crew Dragon shuttle and Falcon 9 rocket, Musk said that his aviation organization intends to send NASA space travelers to space among April and June this year.

This was the last significant flight trial of the shuttle before it starts conveying space travelers to the International Space Station (ISS) under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, the US space office said in an announcement on Sunday.

With this test presently complete, the following large trip of the Crew Dragon will have individuals ready: NASA space explorers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.