Biden threw shade at Elon Musk and billionaire immediately fired back

On Friday, Elon Musk and President Joe Biden exchanged some

shady sentiments following Musk's statement that he had a 'very bad feeling' about the economy.

The back-and-forth began on Friday after Reutersobtained an

email from Musk, 50, to Tesla executives saying he had a "very

bad feeling" about the economy and wants to cut 10 percent of jobs as well as pause hiring.

The email came just days after Musk told Tesla executives to return to the office or leave.

As "very bad feeling" began to take off on social media, President

Biden, 79, responded to questions regarding the state of the economy.

The President began naming companies that are investing in more environmentally