Elon Musk: I will not donate to any of the American presidential candidates


Billionaire American entrepreneur Elon Musk announced on Wednesday that he will not be donating money to either the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump or the Democratic President Joe Biden in this year's elections.

A source confirmed to Reuters that Trump met with Musk and a small group of others in Florida over the weekend, where the former president sought to attract funds for his campaign.

In a post on his social media platform, Musk stated, "Let me be clear, I will not be donating money to any of the candidates for the position of President of the United States."

Earlier on Wednesday, Nikki Haley ended her long challenge to Trump, ensuring he will be the Republican Party's nominee alongside Biden in November, marking their second showdown after the last elections.

In 2022, Musk urged Americans to elect a Republican Congress in the midterm elections to balance the Democrats, to which Biden belongs.

The United States is gearing up for a new face-off between Biden and Trump on November 5th, after four years of the Democratic president's victory over his Republican rival, ousting him from the White House in the 2020 elections. Both scored big wins this week in the "Super Tuesday," which saw primary elections for both the Democratic and Republican parties in several states.

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