Elon Musk Declares He Won’t Vote for Biden in 2024 Election, Remains Undecided on Trump

Tesla CEO States He Wouldn’t Support President Biden in the Upcoming Election, Expresses Concerns About Democrats’ Stance on Censorship

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Elon Musk revealed during an interview at the DealBook Summit in New York that he will not vote for President Joe Biden in the 2024 election, even if former President Donald Trump becomes the Republican nominee. Musk, who previously supported Barack Obama, mentioned that the choice between Biden and Trump would be difficult for him.

While Musk did not endorse a specific candidate for the upcoming election, he expressed support for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis last year, hosting DeSantis’s campaign launch on X (formerly Twitter). Recently, Musk has indicated that Vivek Ramaswamy is “looking like a strong candidate,” although he disagrees with Ramaswamy on climate issues. Musk appreciates Ramaswamy’s views on government overreach and censorship.

When questioned about supporting Nikki Haley among Republicans, Musk declined, characterizing her as a “pro-censorship candidate.” Musk asserted that, in his view, Democrats appear to be more pro-censorship than Republicans, a shift from the past. He highlighted that the complaints received by his companies, like Tesla and SpaceX, come more frequently from the left than the right.

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While Musk is known for his innovative work in the tech and space industries, his political affiliations and endorsements have been a subject of interest, showcasing a shift toward conservative viewpoints in recent years.