Former Vice President Mike Pence refused to reveal who is voting for in the upcoming presidential election. However, he did make it clear that President Joe Biden will not be getting his vote.

Pence made the revelation during an interview with CNN’S Jake Tapper on Tuesday when Tapper was trying to confirm his refusal to endorse former President Donald Trump, who is the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee.

“You have said that you’re not endorsing Donald Trump. You also have not ruled out voting for him. Why not?” Tapper asked.

In response, Pence said that he will “keep my vote to myself.”

“You know, I’d never vote for Joe Biden. But I thought it was fair. Many people had asked me what my posture was going forward. And, you know, based upon the differences the president and I still have over my constitutional duties on January 6th, but also, as you said, based upon how I see the president shying away from our commitment as leader of the free world, being prepared to ignore the national debt, now, even walking away from a commitment to the right to life at the national level, I just made it clear that I will not be endorsing Donald Trump in this campaign,” he stated.

“But I’ll keep my vote on my own and I’ll vote according to my conscience in private, just like every American will,” he continued.

Pence, who was in the Republican Party presidential race before dropping his campaign in October, said last month that he would not be endorsing Trump even though he would be the Republican Party’s candidate in the November election.

“It should come as no surprise that I will not be endorsing Donald Trump this year,” he said.

“I’m incredibly proud of the record of our administration. It was a conservative record that made America more prosperous, more secure and saw conservatives appointed to our courts in a more peaceful world,” he stated, going on to imply that Trump’s conservative values have reduced.

He also made it clear that he would not be endorsing Biden either.