Adam Green has been a vocal supporter of Donald Trump during the campaign.
But the CEO of tech company Apple is now on the record saying he is not “going to go quietly into the night” if the President wins the election.
In an interview with Recode, Green said he believes Trump is the only “real” candidate in the race.
He said Trump is “going after everything that he can” and the “economic apocalypse that’s coming,” according to Recode.
“It’s a very serious time,” Green said of the election cycle.
“We’re all in it together.
We’re going to keep doing what we’re doing and see what happens.
That’s the way it’s going to go.
We have to keep fighting.”
Green added that while the country has been “caught up in an existential crisis” he does not see Trump as the “one” that will solve the problems.
“I don’t see Donald Trump as a ‘one,’ because the world’s not going to be saved by him,” he said.
“It’s not his plan.
He’s just a guy who’s running for president.
We need to see what the world can do to save us.”
When asked if he believes the country is in a crisis, Green replied, “No.”
“We’re living in an extraordinary time,” he added.
“The economy is at a crossroads.
The world’s going crazy.
We don’t know what’s going on, but we have to do what we can to keep ourselves afloat.
We’ll see what that looks like.”
Green’s comments came as Trump has been touting the election results as proof that his policies are working.
On Monday, the President tweeted, “If you watch the news, the Democrats are trying to make up fake news and ‘fake news’ means that I lost.
But it means that we won.”
Green is also a vocal Trump supporter who has spoken at length about the President.
In a tweet Monday morning, Green wrote, “You won, Donald.
I believe in you.”
In a statement released Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook called the election “an important milestone for the American people,” and said that “as the election nears, we must work together to improve our economy and the quality of life for everyone in this country.”
Cook added that “if elected, President Trump will bring real change to Washington, D.C.”
Apple CEO Tim Appleson, a Democrat, has been critical of Trump in the past, saying the President is “the worst President in the modern history of the United States.”
In December, Cook said that he believes “the political system” will collapse if Trump becomes president.