Tesla CEO Elon Musk isn’t ready to announce who he plans to vote for in the next presidential election quite yet. The billionaire businessman, who has become increasingly political, has in the past indicated he hopes Florida Governor Ron DeSantis runs in 2014 but now he says he’s “undecided” on who he will ultimately support.
The Hill reports:
“I think I’m undecided at this point about that election,” Musk said in an interview at Qatar Economic Forum with Bloomberg News Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait when asked if he would support Trump in the next presidential election, according to the news outlet.
Musk previously revealed that he supported Democratic candidates in the past, saying in late May that he contributed to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and voted for her in addition to voting for President Biden in 2020.
“However, given unprovoked attacks by leading Democrats against me & a very cold shoulder to Tesla & SpaceX, I intend to vote Republican in November,” he tweeted at the time.
Earlier this month Musk admitted he cast a ballot for his first ever Republican candidate, Mayra Flores.
Asked at the time if he would vote Republican in the 2024 presidential election, he replied to a Twitter user “tbd.” He also replied “DeSantis” when asked who he was leaning toward.
Neither Trump or DeSantis have declared their plans to run in 2024 but Trump has repeatedly hinted at the prospect.