CLEVELAND, Ohio — In a preview of his interview with 60 minutes, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he might be interested in taking over the five factories that General Motors plans to close next year, including the plant in Lordstown. “It’s possible that we would be interested, if they were going to sell a plant or not use it, that we would take it over,” Musk told CBS’s Lesley Stahl. GM announced last month that it will lay off more than 14,000 employees in North America as it is ends production at five plants, including Lordstown Assembly in Trumbull County, which makes the Chevrolet Cruze. More than 1,400 Lordstown workers will be laid off in early March. In the 60 minutes preview, Stahl says factories like Lordstown will soon be sitting empty and idle – unless another company, like Tesla, steps in and takes it over.