“You know, I honestly haven’t made up my mind,” Cohn said Monday. “I’m really eager to see an economic debate between the two of them. I actually vote on issues.”

Cohn, a registered Democrat, criticized the president’s response to the 2017 Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. However, he did not resign until the next year, citing his disagreements with the president on proposed steel and aluminum tariffs.

Since leaving the White House, Cohn has been notably less critical of the president than other officials who have resigned, such as former Defense Secretary James Mattis, former national security adviser John Bolton and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. In January, he told CBS News that he was “leaving the door open” on his vote.