It will likely be the first time that Will has ever voted for a Democrat, he told USA TODAY’s Susan Page during a conversation for The Aspen Institute.

“I’m a big believer in parties, in party strength and party tickets. Not this year,” said Will, who quit the GOP in June 2016 in protest of Trump’s imminent nomination as its presidential candidate.

Will, a vocal and frequent critic of Trump and his administration, also predicted a “decisive victory” for Biden. He suggested proceedings will be wrapped up by 11 p.m. ET on election night, with Biden winning several swing states.

“I think that’s important because the president has already announced he might not accept the outcome… therefore it’s wise to have a tsunami of popular votes,” said Will of his “risky but fun” forecast.