Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn still isn't saying who he's backing in next month's presidential election, but indicated the Supreme Court is weighing heavily on his eventual decision.
"At the moment, I would tend to vote based upon the Supreme Court possibilities," Wynn told Fox News' Steve Doocy Tuesday, for an interview airing on Wednesday's "Fox & Friends" program.
"In order to bring the United States and all of its various parts, Latin, skin color, religion, back together again, we have to come up with common ideas we can agree on and there are a hell of a lot of them and they're just not being discussed."
Wynn said he knows Hillary and Bill Clinton, and he's been an acquaintance of Donald Trump's for 30 years, but he thinks the discussions in their campaigns have gone "completely and totally off-point. If we have, in fact, become a 140-character society, then our situation is grim."
Wynn also weighed in on a report in The New York Times about Trump losing nearly a billion dollars in the 1990s and the potential that he did not pay taxes for years after, saying the matter has become campaign propaganda.
"We've now extended the fact that someone had a tax loss carry forward to the fact that they're personally responsible for not taking care of a troop in the field," said Wynn. "Now, that kind of extension is propaganda."
Meanwhile, fellow casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has already endorsed Trump, but Wynn still remained cagey over who he supports.
"I respect Sheldon Adelson a lot," said Wynn, "But he is black and white a Republican. I'm more of a guy that plays the face. I've been been a registered Democrat, I've supported probably as many Republicans as Democrats. I'm a proponent of a more efficient government."
Wynn said he did vote for President Barack Obama "once, not twice," and he thinks Obama has not, with all his rhetoric, "acknowledged the fundamental truth of this history of civilization. The only thing that's ever created a better life for any human has been the demand for human labor. The more demand for our labor, the better life we have and conversely, when there is none, we starve."
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