Elon Musk, the billionaire owner of X, revealed who he would not vote for in the 2024 presidential election.

Musk, who was speaking at an on-stage interview at The New York Times Dealbook Summit, revealed that he won’t vote for President Joe Biden in the upcoming election.

“I think I would not vote for Biden,” Musk said. “I’m not saying I’d vote for Trump but I mean this is definitely a difficult choice here.”

The show host then asked Musk if he would vote for former South Carolina GOP Gov. Nikki Hale. Musk, citing Haley’s pro-censorship remarks, maintained that he would not vote for her in 2024.

“No, I think that’s outrageous ( Haley’s pro-censorship remarks),” Musk responded. “I’m not gonna vote for some pro-censorship candidate like that.”

The host also raised issues with Musk attending GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy’s fundraiser, given the White House hopeful’s view that climate change is a hoax.

“I wanted to hear what Vivek had to say,” Musk said. “Because I think that some of the things he says, I think, are pretty solid.” He is concerned about government overreach, like having control of information. The rate at which old Twitter was basically a soft puppet of the government was ridiculous. It seems to me there’s a very severe violation of the First Amendment in terms of how much control the government had over old Twitter. The reason for the First Amendment for freedom of speech is because the people that immigrated to this country came from places where there was not freedom of speech. And, and they were like, ‘you know, what, we got to make sure that that’s constitutional’. Because where they came from, if they said something they would be put in prison [or] something bad would happen to them.”

Several companies including Disney, Paramount, NBCUniversal, Comcast, Lionsgate, and Warner Bros. Discovery, have begun pulling their adverts from Musk’s X since he began his free speech campaign. Musk, during the show, said he hopes those companies don’t come back.

“I hope they stop,” Musk said. “Don’t advertise. If somebody’s gonna try to blackmail me with advertising.”