James Clayton’s recent interview of Elon Musk is a peek behind the media curtain. And it makes for a gasp-out-loud, compelling viewing in a train wreck kind of a way. Not since Cathy Newman infamously took on Jordan Peterson, has a journalist from the BBC been schooled so comprehensively. Indeed, if the issues being discussed were not so serious, you could almost feel sorry for the constant stuttering and pregnant pauses make by Clayton.
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