Musk shared thoughts on those topics and more during a podcast with comedian Joe Rogan that lasted more than two hours, stretching into the early hours of Friday.
After asking whether it was legal, Musk then took the joint and smoked it himself on camera.
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In his article, Johnson said that the main problem with Brexit was "not that we have failed, but that we have not even tried".
At one point, Musk and Rogan shared a spliff, though Musk said doesn't make a habit of smoking weed, which he called "a cup of coffee in reverse".
One of Wall Street's prominent short sellers, Andrew Left, has filed a class-action lawsuit, accusing electric vehicle maker Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk of trying to "burn" investors with "objectively false tweets".
Musk has said the company is producing more than 5,000 Model 3 electric cars per week, and cash generated from the sales will bring sustained quarterly profits.
In another sign of trouble for Tesla, the company's chief accounting officer resigned Tuesday after only one month in the role, saying the level of scrutiny on the company had made him reconsider the job.
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Nixon that compelled the president to turn over the Watergate tapes - a ruling that Kavanaugh had previously questioned. Senior Democrat Dianne Feinstein asked if he thought a sitting president could be "required to respond to a subpoena".
Mr Musk pointed out: "Alcohol's a drug".
Accounting chief David Morton reportedly resigned just a month after joining the company. He was honest, possibly drunk and stoned: "I think people should be nicer to each other ..."
They also discussed Musk's public persona and social media activity.
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McCain "served his country honorably", Pence said, adding that President Donald Trump "respected his service to the country". A number of McCain's former legislative and campaign aides will also serve as pallbearers during the various ceremonies.
He has denied he was smoking weed when he sent his now infamous tweet on August 7 claiming he had secured funding to take Tesla private. Considering the recent stock drop, as well as the apparent effects of Musk's little cannabis puff to Tesla shareholders, Albertine noted that the time might be right for Tesla's Board to step in.