Elon Musk declared Wednesday that he would not support Joe Biden if he runs for re-election in 2024, even in the event that Donald Trump is the Republican contender. “Biden won’t be getting my vote,” Musk proclaimed during an in-depth interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin at the DealBook Summit in New York. “I’m not saying I’d vote for Trump.”. Musk commented that the decision he was presented with was a difficult one when asked what he’d do when presented with the two nominees. Musk has indicated a political shift towards the right side, announcing last year in a tweet that the current Democratic Party has been taken over by radical individuals. Musk expressed last year that he favored Ron DeSantis from Florida to be a candidate for the 2024 election, though he has not officially supported anyone. X had the honor of hosting the kickoff for DeSantis’s campaign on its platform, previously known as Twitter. Musk recently has expressed that Vivek Ramaswamy appears to be a viable option. On Wednesday, Musk informed Sorkin that his positions on environmental matters differed from Ramaswamy’s; nonetheless, he concurred with the candidate on subjects relating to government control and freedom of speech.