President Joe Biden will most likely not be getting a vote from tech billionaire and X owner Elon Musk. Musk made his thoughts about the president’s reelection efforts known at the New York Times Dealbook Summit 2023 in New York City.

The conversation began when the host acknowledged Musk’s efforts to combat climate change through Tesla. The host then asked why he attended a fundraiser for anti-woke businessman and GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, who holds differing views on climate change.

“I wanted to hear what Vivek had to say. Because I think some of his things are that some of the things he says I think, are pretty solid,” Musk responded.

Musk, who previously expressed support for another candidate, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, but refrained from endorsing any candidate, emphasized his concerns about government overreach and the regulation of speech.

“The reason for the First Amendment for freedom of speech is because the people that immigrated to this country came from a places where there was not freedom of speech,” he stated. “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.”

When asked about his potential choices in a 2024 election rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump, Musk tried to be a bit more diplomatic.

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

The discussion then turned to the possibility of voting for former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, but Musk expressed concerns about her stance on banning anonymity on social media. For Musk, that is “outrageous” and incompatible with his principles against censorship.

“I’m not gonna vote for some pro-censorship candidate like that,” he made clear.

Elsewhere during the interview, Musk also addressed the boycott of X by several companies, including Disney, Paramount, NBCUniversal, Comcast, Lionsgate, and Warner Bros. Discovery. These companies had pulled their advertisements from the social media platform based on allegations that Musk endorsed antisemitism.

When asked about his stance on the boycotts, he said, “I hope they stop. Don’t advertise.”

“If somebody’s gonna try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f*** yourself…go f*** yourself,” he added.