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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he is waiting until after the first 2020 presidential debate to determine who will get his vote this November.during an interview with New York Times' Kara Swisher
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While a guest Monday on the podcast "Sway," hosted by the New York Times' Kara Swisher, the powerhouse billionaire hinted that he is still an undecided voter despite there being five weeks until the election.
On Tuesday evening, President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will face off for the first time in a highly anticipated debate at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio. The first of three presidential debates will air on Fox News Channel and will be moderated by Chris Wallace.
That face-off will is "probably the thing that will decide things for America," Musk told Swisher.
When asked if he was voting for Trump specifically, Musk remarked: "I mean, I’m — to be totally frank I’m not — I mean, I think — let’s just see how the debates go. You know?
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During the interview, Musk was asked about his thoughts when it comes to the current administration's work with fossil fuels and the environment.