The businessman said he previously supported Democrat Barack Obama and reluctantly voted for Democrat Joe Biden in the fight against Republican Donald Trump, and now he is disappointed with the Democratic Party, as he doubts its support for freedom of speech.
Musk wrote in a tweet on Twitter: “My preference for the presidency in 2024 is a reasonable and centrist person. I was hoping this would be a Biden administration, but so far I'm disappointed."
In July, the businessman argued that Republican DeSantis, who turns 44 in September, in the event of a competition with Biden, would easily win in 2024 without even conducting a large-scale campaign.
DeSantis has not yet announced his presidential ambitions, but the American media confidently says that there are all signs of his candidacy for the White House. Having already announced his intention to run in the elections in 2024, Trump warned in absentia of a potential rival.