There is an article in the February 2018 edition (page 20) of Motor Trent magazine titled "What the Trump presidency may mean for the future of the auto industry." It covers many topics but the one I think most EV purchasers will be interested in is the one titled "Electric Cars". It goes into Trump's plan to slash wasteful government spending and the possibility he will do away with the $7,500 federal tax credit for purchasing electric vehicles. It says if Trump were to use his line item veto to do away with this credit it would put a "sting" in the launch of he Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3. This is only one of many articles I have seen recently which says Trump is leaning in this direction. From my opinion those who purchase EV's by the end of 2017 are probably safe but it sounds like 2018 and beyond will be a like shooting craps. I think his appointment of Myron Ebell to lead the EPA is an indication how little he cares about zero emissions, protecting the environment and global warming. I doubt based on past experience whether Tesla could produce more than 50k cars this year. I think that will be a stretch. A lot of these would go to employees and current Tesla owners, etc.