BOSTON (CBS) — Gov. Charlie Baker’s office is clarifying comments about who he plans to support for president in the 2020 election. The governor was asked at a news conference Wednesday who he’s voting for.

“You know, I think I may take a pass on that one,” Baker said.

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Baker’s communication’s director released a statement afterward.

“The governor cannot support Donald Trump for president and is focused on seeing Massachusetts through the pandemic,” the statement read. “He’ll leave the election analysis to the pundits.”

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The Republican governor said he’s not sure if he’ll vote by mail or in-person.

Baker has said he did not vote for Trump in 2016 and is a frequent critic of the president. In the past few weeks he’s blasted Trump for talking about the coronavirus pandemic in an “incredibly irresponsible” way, and for not committing to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election.

Trump fired back by referring to Baker as a “Republican In Name Only.”

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Baker has not said if he’ll consider voting for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.