New Space Kremlinology SpaceX founder Elon Musk is fast becoming an innovation advisor to the Trump White House. On at least his third visit to the president or his top advisors since Nov. 8, Musk sat one seat away from President Donald Trump as the new commander in chief met with business executives in the Roosevelt Room on Jan. 23. Just as Kremlinologists once noted who stood where atop Lenin’s Tomb during the annual May Day parade in Soviet-era Moscow, the seating assignment marks ...

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