Elon Musk, the co-founder of Tesla and SpaceX, has spent months in his Los Angeles home answering questions from journalists.
Mr Musk was invited by the Wall Street Journal to answer a series of questions on topics ranging from the world of energy and the future of tech to his latest investment, the investment in Weebly.
Mr Trump has been asked numerous times to weigh in on the presidential election.
In an interview with The Wall Street Post, Mr Musk was asked whether Mr Trump should step aside as US president, and if he would support a second ballot for Mr Trump.
Mr Putin, who has been criticised for his handling of the Russia inquiry, was also asked if Mr Trump could remain in the White House.
Mr Moustafa, who was born in the Syrian city of Aleppo and is the brother of the founder of Weeblys parent company, responded: “I would never do anything that would be detrimental to the interests of the people of Syria.
That is absolutely not the case.
There are other people that I would love to work with.
We have a very strong relationship with them.”
He continued: “What you would see if you voted for Trump is you would not see the impact of the policies that he has been pursuing.
The countries that he’s been putting pressure on are countries that have been doing a very good job.
And if you vote for him, it’s going to be very difficult to reverse that, because you’ve got to have a strong leader who’s willing to be the leader.
You can’t do it if you’re going to do it the wrong way.
It’s a very difficult position.”
Mr Musk’s wife, chief executive of SpaceX, did not respond to requests for comment.
The WSJ reported that Mr Musk said in the interview he was looking for a place to live and that his desire to stay in America was a “big part of why he’s doing what he’s done”.
In his interview with the Wall St Journal, Mr Trump was also questioned about his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mr Khan, who is married to Ms Khan, said the pair have a “good relationship”.
“He respects me.
He respects my dad,” he said.
“He respects my wife and his family.
He loves me.
And I know he loves us.
So it’s not like he’s just going to go on a run.
He’s very much a human being.
He cares about me, and he loves me.”
Mr Trump had earlier accused Russia of hacking into the Democratic National Committee’s computers during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Mr Russia denied the allegations and claimed that Mr Trump’s campaign was the target.
Mr Kahn said in his interview that he would have been happy to leave his family in America, but added that he was “absolutely not” considering a move to Russia.
“I would not want to be a burden to my family and to my country, I would not be willing to do that,” he told the WSJ.